Determining fair parenting time is one of the most complicated and emotional tasks that arises during divorce or separation proceedings. Even parents who are on good terms may struggle to come up with a plan that works for both parties, the children, and remains flexible enough to accommodate schedule changes. For many parents, it is often more challenging to achieve this balance during the summer months.
After a divorce, you may find that you want or need to relocate with your child. There are many different reasons you might want to relocate - perhaps you've been offered a new job, remarried, would like to be closer to family members for emotional or financial support, or want to begin a new school or job training program. Whatever the reason, it's important to be aware of Minnesota's rules for relocation after the final custody order has been established.