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Co-parenting during a pandemic

Co-parenting can be a challenge even in the best of times. However, when a widespread disaster like the COVID-19 pandemic occurs, co-parenting can prove even more complicated. Your first concern is your children's health, and you wonder whether the back-and-forth shuffling to the other parent's home increases your children's exposure to a deadly virus.

What factors matter in Minnesota child custody cases?

Single parents in Minnesota have a lot to think about. They must make sure that their children are cared for and have everything they need. When single parents learn that they will be thrust into a child custody battle for any reason, they usually want reassurance that their children aren't going to be ripped away from them. Knowing some of the factors that the courts will consider in their custody cases might help single parents better understand the legal process.

Why your former spouse's newest divorce matters

Sometimes, after couples divorce they end up leading truly separate lives. However, many couples remain connected by children, friends, business and other mutual interests. If you are at all connected to your former spouse and your former spouse is going through another divorce, it is important to be cautious in how you handle this news.

Take care on social media during your divorce process

Staying "connected" through social media is such a prevalent phenomenon in American culture that it is undeniably difficult to avoid interacting via social media accounts. However, there are times in life when it is arguably very beneficial to do just that. Specifically, if you are involved in a family legal dispute such as divorce or a child custody matter, it will almost certainly benefit you to stay away from social media until your dispute has resolved.

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