Divorce can bring out the worst in people. Couples who had previously pledged to love one another forever are suddenly fighting tooth and nail over every speck of their joint assets. Sometimes, this animosity can boil over and impact decisions about child custody and visitation during the divorce process. In cases where the other party is not complying with your court ordered right to visitation, tensions can run particularly high.
Parents trying to hash out child custody arrangements in Minnesota are told that the final arrangement must be in the best interests of the children. What does this mean? Traditionally, this meant that children would be placed with the mother and the father would be granted weekend visitation with the child.