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November 2012 Archives

Reach agreement with ex-spouses and their new partners

After a divorce, there often are hard feelings. While some Minnesota couples might want to shut themselves off from their ex-spouse, it's impossible to do so when children are involved. Child custody issues, however, can run smoothly between spouse, ex-spouses and even new spouses if parents and any stepparents sit down and address issues of importance.

Government owed more than $50 billion by deadbeat parents

Unpaid child support costs taxpayers in Minnesota and the rest of the United States about $53 billion. Delinquent parents owed $108 billion in back child support payments to custodial parents in 2009, according to the U.S. Office of Child Support Enforcement.

Cooperative co-parenting reduces child custody issues

It's a sad fact that a lot of Minnesota marriages hit hard times. Many options are available to work through the rough patches. For some couples, the best decision may be a parting of ways through a divorce. This may be hard for parents with children, but the decision does not diminish their love for the children and it doesn't have to scuttle any parent-child relationships.

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