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Sole custody could be awarded to fathers in Minnesota

Although many men worry about unspoken bias in the court system, the truth is that dads can get full custody of their children under certain circumstances. Normally, the courts do prefer to award joint custody, because it gives both parents the right to see their children. Joint legal custody also gives both parents rights when making decisions for their children.

Gender shouldn't matter in custody cases

Traditionally, mothers have been given custody of their children after a divorce. This has caused fathers in Minnesota and elsewhere to wonder if they are given a fair shake in their custody cases. Fathers are supposed to be granted joint or sole custody of a child if that would be in the minor's best interests. Of course, it is possible that a judge may have outdated notions about a father's ability to take care of a child.

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