Courts in Minnesota decide upon the child custody issues in the divorce cases. Minnesota Child Custody Laws can be both physical and legal followed by the child support, if necessary.
Rights of the custodial parents:
Courts in Minnesota not only award physical custody of the child to the parent, but also grant several rights to the custodial parent of the child.
Some of them include:
- A clear access to decide upon the child’s education, health and religious issues.
- Right to decide upon the insurance and other related issues.
- Right to get involved in the school and parent teacher associations of the child.