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  • International Family Law
  • Marriage and Marriage Dissolution Law
  • Name Change
  • Parentage and Parenting Law
  • Sexuality and Sexual Behavior

  • Resources in this category:
       General Information about Ramsey County Courts - Family Court Division (Minnesota Second Judicial District (Ramsey County District Court))
       Hennepin County District Court Family Court Self-Help Center: Help with Family Law Cases (Minnesota Fourth Judicial District)
    Family Justice Center, 110 South Fourth Street, Minneapolis, MN 55401.
       How to file for a Harassment Restraining Order (Dakota County District Court)
       Minnesota General Rules of Practice for the District Courts, Title IV. Rules of Family Court Procedure (Minnesota Supreme Court)
    Through January 1, 2010.
       Stearns County District Court Harassment Restraining Orders (Stearns County District Court Administrator)
       Troxel v. Granville: Not the End of Grandparent Visitation (American Bar Association Senior Lawyers Division)
    "The U.S. Supreme Court's ... decision in Troxel v. Granville raises questions about whether third-party visitation statutes unconstitutionally intrude on parental authority. ... [A] majority of the Court would probably hold that many forms of third-party visitation statutes are constitutional. Statutes that impose limits on who may seek visitation orders and those that create some sort of presumption in favor of parental authority are likely to survive constitutional challenge."

    See also:
  • Child and Juvenile Law
  • Disability Law
  • Family Law Forms & Documents
  • Pro Bono & Pro Se
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