Gregory William Liebl

Gregory William Liebl

Severson, Wogsland & Liebl, P.C.
  • Family Law, Divorce
  • Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota
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Greg Liebl is a family law attorney located in Fargo, North Dakota specializing in divorce, child custody, visitation, adoption, prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements, contempt of court proceedings, restraining orders, protection orders, name changes and termination of parental rights. If you have a family situation you would like to discuss with Greg, feel free to call him at 701-297-2890.

Practice Areas
  • Family Law
  • Divorce
Fees
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Minnesota
Montana
North Dakota
United States District Court, North Dakota
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney
Severson, Wogsland & Liebl, P.C.
Current
Education
University of North Dakota
J.D. (2005) | Psychology, Sociology, and Law
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Honors: Graduated with Distinction Member of the Order of the Barristers
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11 Questions Answered

Q. My wife moved out and took our three daughters. Is it legal for her to move more then 50 miles away without my consent.
A: The answer depends on whether there is a court order in place and whether or not 50 miles away puts her outside of the state of North Dakota. You will want to speak with an attorney further about this to get you pointed in the right direction.
Q. Can I move out of state with my child without the father's consent. Not married. No custody agreement
A: In North Dakota you need the other party's consent or a Court order to move, if there is a custody/visitation Judgment giving him time with the child. This being said, I would proceed with caution and consult an attorney before doing so. There are some potential risks to taking off prior to getting certain issues resolved.
Q. Can a DUI from 10 years ago affect my ability to win sole custody over my daughter now?
A: The short answer is that it probably won't affect your custody case, but a lot of other variables can come in to play. If it is truly 10 years or older, you may even be able to keep the judge from hearing about it under the North Dakota Rules of Evidence. You should still seek out an attorney so all of the variables regarding this issue can be explored and explained.
Q. While incarcerated my son went to Seattle 8 years ago for a felony marijuana charge... No trouble since then. How can I
A: The answer is largely dependent on what has happened in the last eight years. Also, if he has lived in Washington for that long, it is likely that state has jurisdiction according to the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act. That means any legal action would likely need to be brought there. Please contact an attorney.
Q. Can I leave north Dakota with my child without consent?
A: According to the plain language of the statute in ND you could leave without his consent or a court order. As a practical matter; however, it is a good idea to get his permission or a court order regardless. This is because, if you leave without his permission he may bring an action for custody/visitation and make a motion for an interim order, bringing the child back to ND, and you would have to deal with it all at a later date anyway -and from a much greater distance away. This can increase the cost of litigation. You should contact an attorney to discuss this in conjunction with the rest of the potentially applicable facts to this type of matter.
Q. Do I need an attorney and if so from which state, I live in ND but parenting plan was from FL
A: It never hurts to consult an attorney. The laws on moves out-of-state vary between states and so it is important to know where he brought his motion. You should probably call an attorney in the state he brought the motion to see what your options are.
Q. My daughter is an addict and is now pregnant - how can I make sure I get custody?
A: There is never a guarantee that you can obtain custody over a child that is not yours. That said, you have several options to pursue and should contact an attorney to discuss whether custody is the best route for you to take. Some routes are more difficult and expensive than others and your lawyer will need to know more about your case before you choose which route is best for you.
Q. Hi Can a mother control how a father spends time with his child epically if he's married and has other kids with wife
A: The answer is "it depends." Is there a Judgment? What does the Judgment say? If there is no Court Order/Judgment, then the father should have as much of a right to the child as the mother does. You should contact an attorney as this situation is very fact dependent.
Q. If my husband's child support case is reviewed, is it taken into consideration that we have two boys of our own now?
A: The short answer to your question is "yes, the biological children your husband does not share with the obligee are taken into consideration." That being said, it is not a dollar for dollar "match." In other words, your husband's child support obligation may still go up even though he has two other children that will be considered in the calculation. You should contact an attorney to help you through this process.
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Severson, Wogsland & Liebl, P.C.
4627 44th Ave. S., Suite 108
Fargo, ND 58104
USA
Telephone: (701) 297-2890