Roger is the owner and senior partner of MAA Legal. He is licensed to practice law under by the Supreme Court of Minnesota. Roger Adams has 20 years senior executive experience working with large corporations. Roger has expertise in technology law, contract review, conflicts of interest, and legal compliance. He has negotiated complex SaaS contracts with Large Dental Service Organizations and Associations, including: American Dental Association; Connecticut State Dental Association; Aspen Dental; Guardian; Cigna and UnitedConcordia.
As an instructor he as provided legal compliance training seminars to 56,000 heath care professionals. Roger has written legal on-demand courses in the areas of workplace sexual harassment; licensure requirements; healthcare legislation; technology.
Roger has Graduate degrees in Law (JD) and Business (MBA).
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- Q. Do I have a legal right to see my niece? Is there a way to get some sort of court order protecting my right
- A: As the Aunt it would be very difficult to get visitation awarded. The court takes into consideration certain family relationships where the child has more of a parental relationship with say an aunt or a grandparent, but even then it is usually denied by the court. The best option is to try and make nice with the ex and see if you can have a role in your niece's life.
- Q. I’m trying to get custody of my brother once I turn 18 because my mother is very unstable. I need to know the steps.
- A: I would be more than happy to speak with you, as would many of the attorneys on this site. You need some help to get this done. This is difficult situation. When do you turn 18? Are you currently emancipated? Those would be good first steps. Do you think your mother would agree to you having custody? That may be the easiest option. If she would allow you to have custody, the court process might be easier. Anyway good luck.
- Q. Can I temporarily suspend visits without getting an emergency order during corona virus?
- A: This is a difficult situation. I attended a seminar with Civil judges and they stated how backed up the court is in regards to family law related issues. Judges are putting criminal cases at the top of the calendar. They are beginning to open the court virtual hearings but getting an emergency order before the court may prove difficult. I would strongly suggest consulting an attorney. They often can help resolve situations without involving the court. I had a client just recently, wherein we negotiated daily video chats with the child instead of the mandated parent time. We did this without involving the court. Hope that helps.