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4 fun daycare activities

As a daycare provider, you have several tasks. Keep your class safe, educate and stimulate them, and provide supervision. With young children, in particular, you may find it challenging to keep the activities fresh, staving off boredom and helping to prevent some...

Will joint custody benefit you?

Divorcing couples want to do what is best for their child. They want to choose options that will allow their child to adapt to their new life circumstances as easily as possible. To that end, it is good to consider the possibility of joint custody. This option can...

Can you modify a child custody agreement?

When the court orders a child custody agreement, the understanding is that it may one day need modification. The needs of children and parents change over time, often resulting in a need to change custody. Court standard for modification Minnesota typically requires a...

Can I keep the house even when it is marital property?

Divorce is complicated enough, but the process becomes even more complex if you own a home with your ex-spouse. According to Minnesota statutes, the court attempts to divide marital property in a manner they deem just and equitable. However, the court’s idea of just...

Underage drunk driving and license suspension

If you face drunk driving charges and you have not reached the age of 21, or you are the concerned parent of a teen driver in this position, it is pivotal to take a close look at various issues. The outcome of a court case could have a significant impact on your life,...

What do you do if police come to your door?

If officers come to the door, you may struggle with what to do initially. This is often a surprising event that does not give the people involved much time to prepare. Thus, it is important for you to know your rights before you ever get into such a situation. Do you...

Does collaborative divorce work for everyone?

When going through a divorce, most couples want to avoid as much stress and financial burden as possible. For many, this means trying to avoid taking the case to court. Collaborative divorce provides one potential way to do that. It does not work for everyone,...

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