Category Archives: Paternity

October 7, 2014

Delaying Marriage is Risky Business

Why are less and less couples getting married? Is it because their parent’s marriages failed? Is it because they don’t see any benefit to marriage? Is it because every wedding appears to be a $20,000 extravagant country club affair? Maybe, Continue reading…

September 9, 2014

The Possibility of Paternity

Children born to unmarried parents are vulnerable. While they may have many of the same legal protections afforded to children going through a divorce of their parents, the relationship between their parents can be more tenuous. Of course, the circumstances Continue reading…

August 12, 2014

The Uncertainty of Paternity

Paternity matters in Minnesota courts are still treated as quasi-criminal. Reviewing the legal forms reveals that the parties are usually referred to as Plaintiff and Defendant, rather than Petitioner and Respondent, as is now used in divorce matters. Fathers are Continue reading…

October 10, 2013

The Collaborative Process is for Unmarried Parents Too

Unmarried and have children? You may be interested to know that “Collaborative Divorce” is not just for divorce. Learn how the collaborative process can help you. First, it may be relieving to know that you are not alone. There are Continue reading…

April 29, 2013

Kim, Kanye and Kris: Whose Child Is It?

The pending birth of Kim Kardashian’s first child is creating substantial media buzz.  The marriage of Kim to Kris Humphries was a well publicized television event, which ended in separation days later and is now being ended by a California Continue reading…