Categorized: Communication

Restricting Parenting Time; When Can A Child Choose?

Posted on Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 by Tim Simonson and is filed under Children, Communication, Minnesota, Parents.

Courts have been asked to consider a child’s preference in deciding whether to allow parenting time. Recently, a district court’s decision to restrict parenting time was appealed after a child refused consecutive parenting time sessions with the father. Although there was no evidence was found that the custodial parent had influenced the child’s decision to… Read more »

Honey or Vinegar?

Posted on Tuesday, February 14th, 2017 by Marc Beyer and is filed under Communication, Divorce, Process.

I often hear from my clients that they “just want this to be over.” And, who doesn’t? Divorce is not pleasant. Not too many people enjoy it. Yet, despite making such statements, these same people often behave in such a way that is not necessarily consistent with “just getting this over.” What do I mean… Read more »