From job opportunities to a distaste for cold weather, a variety of factors may prompt divorced parents to leave Minnesota. Such departures may be totally justified, but they still cause considerable upheaval for the children of divorce. An out-of-state move may prompt new custody and parenting time concerns, as outlined below:

Preserving the Best Interests

Jason Brown provides another family law segment. In this video, you will learn about: (1) the timelines associated with appealing your divorce decree; (2) the legal standard applied by the Minnesota Court of Appeals; and (3) the odds of success on appeal. Hiring the right appellate lawyer makes a significant difference in your chances of

In this video, attorney Jason Brown provides a summary of the three most common ways that divorce cases are resolved in Minnesota: (1) direct negotiation; (2) alternative dispute resolution (such as mediation or early neutral evaluation); or (3) a trial. The good news is that the vast majority of family law cases settle outside the

Your criminal background can play a huge role in your ability to land your dream apartment or a job you love. But while most people are well aware of the general influence of their criminal history, they have no idea what actually shows up when a potential landlord or employer completes a background check. Read

The right to a trial by a jury of our peers is one of the foundations of the American judicial system. More than 50,000 people will serve on juries in the U.S. each year. But how are jurors selected? It varies by state, but in Minnesota, the judicial branch obtains a yearly list of licensed