No matter how a court rules in a child custody decision, it is likely that at least one parent will disagree with the terms of the ruling. If you are in this situation, should you try to appeal the ruling? Are you even allowed to appeal?
In Minnesota, as in most states, child custody awards can be appealed. But doing so is not easy. If your appeal is based on an assertion that the court simply "got it wrong" and inappropriately weighed the relevant factors, the appeal is not likely to succeed.