Posts Categorized: Guardian ad litem

Custody Neutrals

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Custody evaluations, guardians ad litem, early neutral evaluators, parenting consultants and parenting time expeditors.  They are all objective and impartial. Here are the distinctions: Custody evaluators are appointed by the court or contracted with privately by the parties. The evaluator will meet with the parents, meet with or observe the child (depending on how old… Read more »

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Moving Out of State With Minor Children

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One important change in Minnesota law in recent years pertains to changing the state of residence of minor children.  Previously, Minnesota was one of a minority of U.S. states to allow a custodial parent to move with a child to another state unless the non-moving parent proved that the move was contrary to the child's… Read more »

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Child Custody Neutrals

Posted by & filed under Custody, Divorce, General Family Law, Guardian ad litem, Parenting Time, Parenting time expeditor.

If divorcing or separating parents disagree about child custody or parenting arrangements, it is likely necessary for a neutral professional to be involved in resolving the dispute.  The most common neutral professionals are custody evaluators, guardians ad litem, parenting time expeditors, custody mediators and parenting consultants.  Custody evaluators investigate the facts and circumstances surrounding the… Read more »

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