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Family law can be downright confusing. Trying to navigate the complex puzzle of family law procedures and formats is not something the average person can do. No matter what the many do-it-yourself guides say, you should hire an experienced divorce attorney to represent you in a divorce proceeding.

At Metro Law Group, our family attorneys have been representing clients throughout the Twin Cities area for the past 15 years. Call our law office if you are looking for quality legal advice and representation. We offer FREE consultations. Here are the answers to some of the most important family law questions:

What factors are considered when determining child support?

Family law courts consider a variety of criteria when issuing a child support decision. Some of the most important factors include:

  • The income of each parent
  • The separate assets of each parent
  • The expenses necessary for the child’s care
  • The custodial arrangement
  • The number of children involved

We can give you a more accurate idea of what to expect from your outcome when you speak with us in person or over the phone.

What types of adoption are available to me?

Adding to your family is an exciting, if daunting, prospect. There are several options for adoption, including:

  1. Private adoption
  2. Foster care adoption
  3. International adoption
  4. Stepparent adoption
  5. Grandparent adoption

Are you curious about bringing a child into your life thorough adoption? We can assist you.

How can I get child custody or visitation rights?

Like child support, there is no straightforward answer to child custody verdicts. A variety of factors in your life will influence the judge’s decision. These include:

  • The child’s relationship with each parent
  • The parents’ immigration status
  • The willingness of each parent to encourage the child’s relationship with the other parent
  • A history of criminal activity, domestic abuse, substance abuse or mental illness
  • The child’s stated preference, in some cases

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When you have a legal concern on your mind, allow us to help you. You can schedule a free, confidential initial consultation by calling our Bloomington office at 612-729-2044 or by using our online contact form. We offer evening and weekend appointments upon request.