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January 2013 Archives

Parental laws throughout U.S. are antiquated

The media recently exploded with stories about a sperm donor, who was being sued by the state where he lives to pay child support for the child that resulted from an artificial insemination. The man had connected with a lesbian couple through the popular online classified ads website CraigsList and, without the help of medical professionals, provided his sperm for artificial insemination.

Christa Groshek interviewed by KMSP-TV Fox 9 News regarding DNR data breach

Attorney Christa Groshek was interviewed by Iris Perez, KMSP-TV Fox 9 News, on January 26th, 2013. The interview discussed the identified DNR worker accused of viewing thousands of driver's license records. The interview can be seen by clicking here.

Man tries to duck child support after divorce

In an age where children can be conceived in a number of scientific ways, the definition of a parent has become increasingly blurry. Minnesota residence will often read about these types of situations, which can involve sperm donors, surrogates and in vitro fertilization methods.

Child custody battle rages for former NFL player

A high-profile and emotional murder-suicide has now given way to an equally as emotional child custody battle. This dispute spans across two states, which complicates matters greatly, as some Minnesota parents can attest to.

Christa Groshek interviewed by KSTP 5 Eyewitness News regarding Bar Breathalyzers

Attorney Christa Groshek was interviewed by Chris Egert, KSTP 5 Eyewitness News, on January 8th, 2013. The interview discussed the presence and use of the Intoxbox bar breathalyzers, in local establishments. The interview can be seen by clicking here.

Dispute story highlights need for written child custody plans

There is a reason why custody agreements are -- or, at least should be -- put in place as part of any divorce process where children are involved. Without one, there is nothing in writing on who will have what custody responsibility for the children after the split. Some parents figure that they can trust each other and figure out a suitable arrangement as they go along, but that backfires all too often.

Grandmother battles foster parents for child custody

A grandmother continues to fight for child custody of her two grandchildren, despite the fact her efforts were turned away by two other courts thus far. Her pleas have now reached the Minnesota Supreme Court, which she hopes will finally give her the sole custody she is looking for.

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