If My Spouse Does Not Agree to a Divorce, Can We Still Get Divorced?
It is not uncommon for spouses to disagree on whether or not to proceed with a divorce. Under Minnesota law, both parties do not need to agree to move forward
Four Tips to Help Children Adjust to a Divorce
Finalizing a divorce is often seen as the “final” step for couples choosing to part ways. However, when children are involved, that is not usually the case. While each family
Should you use a Neutral Financial Expert or your own Expert in your Minnesota Divorce?
Financial experts can be very useful in Minnesota divorce proceedings, especially when there are non-marital claims or complicated financial assets. After deciding to use a financial expert, there is also
What is a “Gray Divorce”?
The term “Gray Divorce” commonly refers to couples who decide to pursue a divorce after age fifty (50). There has been a rise in these later in life divorces since
My Spouse Is Not Represented By An Attorney, But I Am. What Does This Mean For My Divorce?
Many individuals and couples in the State of Minnesota represent themselves during a divorce proceeding. Sometimes the represented party thinks that this gives him/her an advantage; however, that may not
I Told My Spouse I Want A Divorce. Now What?
Sometimes, so much thought is put into the decision of whether or not to get a divorce that some individuals do not know what to do once they have made
Are Changes on the Horizon for the Treatment of your Family Pet During a Divorce?
In a divorce, Minnesota law currently considers a family pet to be personal property for purposes of property division and does not consider any emotional attachment either party may have
Why is January Considered “Divorce Month”?
January is here and for most people this means new resolutions for the upcoming year. Many see this as a month for a fresh start, or to make the changes
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