Archive for June, 2012

  • Article by: MOLLY K. OLSON, PEGGY SCOTT and TIM MAHONEY An effort to give more time to each parent after a divorce was rejected for the wrong reasons. In vetoing the bill that would have increased the minimum presumption of shared parenting following a divorce from 25 percent of the time to 35 percent (unless the court found a reason to restrict access), Gov. Mark Dayton may have been swayed by misinformation. It’s extremely unfortunate […]

    Kids in the balance

    Article by: MOLLY K. OLSON, PEGGY SCOTT and TIM MAHONEY An effort to give more time to each parent after a divorce was rejected for the wrong reasons. In vetoing the bill that would have increased the minimum presumption of shared parenting following a divorce from 25 percent of the time to 35 percent (unless the court found a reason to restrict access), Gov. Mark Dayton may have been swayed by misinformation. It’s extremely unfortunate […]

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