Innocent Spouse Relief: What to Do If Your Spouse Has Tax Debt
I was recently contacted by Ms. Claudia Revermann with Lucent Tax Relief with a request to be a guest blogger on our website in order to assist current and future clients
Standard of Living in Minnesota Spousal Maintenance Cases
In any divorce proceeding when one party asks for spousal maintenance, the essence of the claim is that the income is not sufficient to meet that spouses monthly living expenses.
My Spouse is Now Making More Money; Can I Reduce My Spousal Maintenance Payments?
Unless the spousal maintenance obligation was subject to a Karon Waiver, the answer is most likely yes. However, the precise answer depends on the facts and circumstances of each case.
Can a Judge Determine Reasonable Monthly Expenses in a Minnesota Spousal Maintenance Case?
The answer is yes. If the two parties to a divorce proceeding cannot agree on what is an appropriate spousal maintenance obligation, the Judge has the authority to decide the
Top 6 Reasons to Consult a Divorce Lawyer in Minnesota
One of the goals in any divorce proceeding should be to obtain closure. For a lot of issues, this is possible. For other issues, it is simply not possible
Default Judgment: Do Not Ignore Your Divorce or Custody Case in Minnesota
If you’ve failed to participate in your divorce case (or custody), you may face Default Judgment. This occurs when the Court finds that you have not properly asserted your defenses
Unmarried Dads: The Reason You Shouldn’t Wait to Establish Custody and Parenting Time in Minnesota
There’s a common story amongst unmarried dads that I hear. A child is born and the parents work well together for a period of time, until things deteriorate. Then the
Can I get out of my Mediated Agreement?
You went to mediation or an Early Neutral Evaluation (Social Early Neutral Evaluation or Financial Early Neutral Evaluation) and came to a mediated agreement. If you are looking to find
Changing a Child’s Name in Minnesota
One thing that many people don’t think to address in a divorce or custody case is changing the surname of the child(ren). After-the-fact, one parent may want the child(ren) to