Posts Categorized: Interstate issues

The Uniform Deployed Parent Custody and Visitation Act

Posted by & filed under Custody, General Family Law, Interstate issues.

In July 2012, the Uniform Law Commission approved of the Uniform Deployed Parent Custody and Visitation Act, to address issues that arise when a family court matter involves a parent serving in the military.  The Uniform Law Commission (ULC), established in 1892, is responsible for such Acts as the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement… Read more »

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Temporary, Emergency Custody Jurisdiction

Posted by & filed under Custody, Interstate issues.

Typically, parents and children need to be residents of Minnesota for 180 days or six months for the Minnesota courts to have jurisdiction over their family law situation.  However, there are times when it is necessary, and possible, to invoke the jurisdiction of the Minnesota family court without the requisite six-month residence period.  In child… Read more »

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