Family Law Blog Pay Your Bill Schedule A Consultation
Close  close
Farhan  |  March 25, 2015

Proceeding With A Default Divorce In Minnesota

In Minnesota, a divorce can be granted as a default matter (meaning nothing is disputed and the divorce is granted based on the request of one party) in several different
Read More Long Arrow
Andrew Meyer  |  March 19, 2015

3 Common Minnesota Family Law Acronyms Decoded

Professionals who work in family law have an awful tendency to rely on acronyms. They use them so frequently that sometimes they forget that people who do not work in
Read More Long Arrow
Brian J. Clausen  |  February 9, 2015

What is a Deposition in Minnesota and Why Would I Want to Have One Done in My Case?

Depositions are becoming more and more of a rarely used discovery tool; however, I have always found that Depositions are extremely useful, especially when a case appears to be moving
Read More Long Arrow
Andrew Meyer  |  February 5, 2015

What If One Party Dies During the Divorce Process in Minnesota?

Dealing with a divorce is usually an emotionally difficult experience. Unfortunately, sometimes those difficult emotions are further complicated by the death of one of the spouses. As uncomfortable as it
Read More Long Arrow
Andrew Meyer  |  January 22, 2015

When Is It Too Late To Remove A Judge?

Once you receive notice of which judge has been assigned to your case, you have ten days to file a notice to remove that judge and serve the notice on
Read More Long Arrow
Farhan  |  June 24, 2013

Divorce Trends in the 21st Century recently released a thought-provoking article discussing divorce trends in the 21st century. The article, authored by Jeff Landers, highlights three main findings: (1) Marriage rates, and by extension divorce
Read More Long Arrow
Farhan  |  September 7, 2012

I want to change my child’s name during a divorce – is this possible?

In a divorce proceeding, it is common for a spouse to request a name change after the divorce is finalized, such as to change back to a maiden name. It
Read More Long Arrow
Farhan  |  October 5, 2011

The Role of Professionals in a Minnesota Divorce

Even though divorce feels like a private matter, in a lot of cases, there are several professionals that may get involved.  These professionals purposefully associate with your case to ensure
Read More Long Arrow
Farhan  |  May 18, 2011

Minnesota Divorce Contempt Proceedings

As part of divorce decree enforcement, it may be necessary to initiate contempt proceedings.  A contempt proceeding is one in which one party attempts to enforce the specific terms of
Read More Long Arrow
1 2 3 4