Minnesota Family Law Bills Become Law. What Does it Mean?

Just a billOn May 14, 2015, Governor Dayton signed the omnibus family law bill (S.F. 1191) 1191 (now Minnesota Session Laws chapter 30) and a week later SF No. 1458 (now Minnesota Session Laws chapter 71).  The laws are a series reforms in the area of family law, some more significant than others.

If you are a single parent or going through a divorce, you may wonder what the changes will mean to you.  Bloomgren Hanson Legal will be providing a series of posts that address the changes to the law in more detail.  To start, below is a simple outline of the major changes to the law.

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