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
How Does an Affair Affect Divorce in Minnesota?
fMinnesota is a “no fault” state when it comes to divorce. This means that neither party needs a specific reason to ask the Court for a divorce, other than simply
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
What Factors are Considered when Valuing a Business for a Minnesota Divorce Proceeding?
If you or your spouse own a business, that business will most likely need to be valued for property division purposes in connection with your Minnesota divorce proceeding. Often, the
Financial Missteps During the Minnesota Divorce Process
Many individuals become so focused on short-term goals and finalizing their divorce, that they may make financial decisions that negatively impact them in the long-term. Below are some financial missteps
Can A Financial Expert Be Beneficial for My Minnesota Divorce?
Even if you think that your estate is relatively straightforward, your divorce proceeding could likely benefit from the services of one of the following financial experts. Forensic Accountant If you
Can One Parent Be Obligated to Pay for College Expenses for Emancipated Children?
With the rise in college tuition expenses and student loan debt, many parents have discussed their ability and desire to pay for the college expenses of emancipated children. However, in
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