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Minnesota Divorce & Family Law Resources
|LawHelpMN.org||Legal Help MN is a legal site that is for non-lawyers and has links to publications that include topics such as divorce, custody, parenting time, child support, LGBT Family Issues, Paternity, Adoption, and Relative custody.|
|Getting a Divorce: A Basic Guide to Minnesota Law||Getting a Divorce: A Basic Guide to Minnesota Law is a booklet which explains a person’s rights in a Minnesota divorce and includes information about division of property, maintenance, abuse, custody, child support, and parenting time.|
|Orders for Protection and Harassment Restraining Orders||This is a booklet which describes a person’s legal options for dealing with domestic abuse issues.|
|Minnesota Marriage Records Search||MOMS (MN Official Marriage System) is a public online source to access marriage record information in Minnesota.|
|Filing a “Pro Se” Appeal of a Family Court Case in the Minnesota Appellate Court||This booklet is published by Battered Women’s Legal Advocacy Project.|
|Minnesota Fathers & Families Network||Resource which has a list of agencies that provide services directly for fathers.|
|Guide to Child Support & Spousal Maintenance Cost-of-Living Adjustments||Guide published by Minnesota Office on the Economic Status of Women (OESW) and to help obtain a cost-of-living adjustment to a child support or spousal maintenance order.|
|Resources for Families||Information by the University of Minnesota Extension has on how to thrive after a family transition.|
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Minnesota Criminal Law Resources
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