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Andrew Meyer  |  October 24, 2017

The Importance of a Social Security Statement in a Spousal Maintenance Case

In many spousal maintenance cases, especially in cases where the parties are at or nearing retirement age, it is critical that the attorney receives a copy of both parties’ Social
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Andrew Meyer  |  October 17, 2017

The Importance of a Credit Report in a Minnesota Divorce

One of the standard things I like to ask clients for during the initial information gathering stage of a divorce case is a copy of his or her credit report. 
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Andrew Meyer  |  October 10, 2017

Subsequent Orders for Protection and Extensions in Minnesota

On our blog, we have previously covered Orders for Protection and the standard the petitioner has to meet in order to succeed on a Petition for an Order for Protection.
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Andrew Meyer  |  October 3, 2017

How is Child Support Calculated in Minnesota?

When calculating child support in Minnesota, the court will always start by applying the Minnesota Child Support Guidelines to the parties’ circumstances.  The Child Support Guidelines are a method of
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Andrew Meyer  |  September 26, 2017

What Makes the Substance of a Prenuptial Agreement Fair or Unfair?

The validity of a prenuptial agreement (or, technically, “antenuptial agreement”) has two components: (1) procedural fairness; and (2) substantive fairness.  If a Court finds that the agreement is either procedurally
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Andrew Meyer  |  June 5, 2017

Will the Court Order My Spouse to Carry Life Insurance to Cover Spousal Maintenance?

The purpose of Spousal Maintenance is to provide support for a spouse whose income is insufficient to meet his or her monthly expenses.  This same concern often leads courts to
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Andrew Meyer  |  May 22, 2017

Spousal Maintenance – Not a Profit Sharing Plan

There are a lot of misconceptions about spousal maintenance, but one that I hear most frequently is that your ex-spouse will get half of everything you earn from now on. 
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Andrew Meyer  |  May 15, 2017

Is a Stipulated Divorce Decree a Binding Contract?

The short answer is “yes.”  Generally, when parties sign a stipulated divorce decree resolving all of the issues in their case, that stipulation is “accorded the sanctity of binding contracts.” 
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Andrew Meyer  |  May 1, 2017

Summary Real Estate Disposition Judgments vs. Quit Claim Deeds

Summary Real Estate Disposition Judgments and Quit Claim Deeds are both documents used in divorce cases in order to transfer one party’s interests in a piece of real property to
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