John Bump & Michael Moore ? Minneapolis Child Custody Lawyers and Child Support Attorneys
As family law changes in Minnesota, divorcing or divorced parents do well to take legal concerns to experienced divorce and child custody lawyers. The Minneapolis family law firm of John Bump & Michael Moore offers experienced, effective counsel and representation.
To schedule a consultation on child custody in Minnesota, contact our Twin Cities divorce lawyers.
When Relocation of Custodial Parent is a Real Possibility
Recent changes to child custody laws in Minnesota make it more difficult for a custodial parent to move and take a child out of state. Whether you are a custodial parent in need of guidance when an out-of-state move seems necessary for your career or other purposes, or a non-custodial parent wishing to assert your parenting rights, our experienced Minnesota child custody lawyers can help.
Experience ?? Creativity ?? Dedication
Our Minnesota family law attorneys bring extensive experience, creativity, and problem-solving skills to the table on behalf of our divorce clients engaged in child custody negotiations, disputes, or modifications. We understand the dynamics of issues related to child custody, such as the importance of preserving parent-child relationships, questions of "grandparents' rights," child visitation or joint custody schedules, and failure of custodial or non-custodial parents to meet child support and custody transfer obligations.
Applying New 2007 Child Support Laws
Family law attorneys of John Bump & Michael Moore are well prepared to advise parents on the effects of parenting time on child support calculations according to the new 2007 child support guidelines. The new child support calculation takes into account the amount of time children spend with each parent. Discuss your concerns with a caring, experienced child custody attorney at our Minnesota family law firm.
Mediation/Collaborative Law Attorneys
Whenever possible, we prefer to help you reach agreements regarding child custody by way of collaborative law. Collaborative law emphasizes privacy, communication, and parental control of child custody agreement negotiations.