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
5 facts about the Minnesota divorce process that surprise most people
Fault- Minnesota is a no-fault state, meaning that a spouse’s bad acts during the marriage (addiction, affairs, abuse) are irrelevant. One spouse only needs to assert that there has been
How long will my divorce take to complete?
One of the most frequently asked questions of clients seeking a divorce is how long the process will take. The answer: it depends. Some divorces can and do take many
Minnesota Divorce Rate Statistics
The number of Minnesota divorces and annulments has been steady in recent decades, after an increase in the 1970s. The rate when compared to the number of people in Minnesota
Divorce Laws in Minnesota
Divorce laws in Minneapolis, St. Paul or for that matter, all across the State of Minnesota are the same. The Minnesota State Legislature proposes divorce and family laws. Once the
Requirements of a Divorce
Minnesota is a “no fault” State. Simply put, this means that a spouse does not have to prove that the other spouse is “at fault” or has acted inappropriately to
Meaning of Divorce in Minnesota
In Minnesota, the term “Divorce” is often used interchangeably with “Dissolution of Marriage.” Both terms mean a legal process that severs the marriage relationship between a married couple. When a