When Should You Start Planning for Long-Term Care?

04.07.2021 Written by: Henningson & Snoxell, Ltd.

Planning for long-term care is an emotional and overwhelming task.  It is difficult to accept aging and even more difficult to accept that at some point in our lives we will be dependent on others for help doing things we find easy to do today.  For most of us, talking about death is difficult, but I have found that talking about long-term care is even more taboo.  For many of our elderly loved ones, mine included, their biggest fear is being “thrown into a nursing home.” 

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TO VACCINATE OR NOT TO VACCINATE: What happens when parents disagree?

03.31.2021 Written by: Henningson & Snoxell, Ltd.

Family law attorneys and courts across the country have been working hard to help families navigate these ever-uncertain times. In particular, the vaccination of children poses unique legal challenges. What happens when two parents with joint legal custody disagree on whether a child should receive the COVID-19 vaccination? To best answer that question, we will explore several factors that Minnesota courts may look to in determining what is in the child’s best interest.

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Two Important Steps to Take When Your Child Turns 18

03.12.2021 Written by: Henningson & Snoxell, Ltd.

Two important steps to take whey your child turns 18

It is the eve of your child’s 18th birthday, and you are thinking about all the exciting things that lie ahead—high school graduation, going off to college, that first job, or perhaps even planning a wedding. At Henningson & Snoxell, Ltd. we recommend you take a few minutes to think about what happens, legally, to your relationship with your child the minute your child turns 18.

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5 Tips for COVID Co-Parenting

02.24.2021 Written by: Henningson & Snoxell, Ltd.

9 Tips for COVID Co-Parenting

Co-parenting under “normal” circumstances can prove to be challenging enough, but with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic thrown in the mix, challenges abound. Because there’s so much to talk about when it comes to co-parenting in the middle of a pandemic, we’re doing a two-part series of blog posts. Read our first 5 tips for COVID co-parenting, below:

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