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Beyond Lawyers: Other Professionals and Their Role in Divorce

Ashley E. Bloch, Esquire, Bloch & Whitehouse, P.A., 8120 Penn Avenue South, Bloomington, Minnesota¬† 55431, (952) 224-9977, http://www.mndivorcefamilylaw.com. For individuals contemplating divorce in Minnesota, the choice of a divorce lawyer is an important one. One important factor in choosing a … Continue reading

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Moving Out: How Leaving Now Impacts Your Minnesota Divorce

Cortney E. Whitehouse, Esquire, Bloch & Whitehouse, P.A., 8120 Penn Avenue South, Bloomington, Minnesota, 55431, (952) 224-9977, http://www.mndivorcefamilylaw.com. It’s a scene depicted in many movies and TV shows: one spouse is shown angrily throwing clothes into a suitcase, with the … Continue reading

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What is a Parenting Plan?

Cortney E. Whitehouse, Esquire, Bloch & Whitehouse, P.A., 8120 Penn Avenue South, Bloomington, Minnesota, 55431, (952) 224-9977, cortney@blochandwhitehouse.com, http://www.blochandwhitehouse.com. A parenting plan is an agreement regarding custody and parenting time that includes (a) a parenting time schedule, (b) a designation … Continue reading

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Parenting Time

Cortney E. Whitehouse, Esquire, Bloch & Whitehouse, P.A., 8120 Penn Avenue South, Suite 550, Bloomington, Minnesota 55431, (952) 224-9977, cortney@blochandwhitehouse.com, http://www.blochandwhitehouse.com What was once called “visitation,” is now known as “parenting time.” Like custody, the Court asks what is in … Continue reading

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