Farhan | January 30, 2018
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
Clausen & Hassan | March 28, 2015
How Long Does The Court Have To Make A Decision In My Case In Minnesota?
The hearing is over, the evidence has been accepted, and the arguments have been made; now, all that remains is to wait for the judge’s decision. But how long will
Farhan | January 27, 2015
Ten Common Courtroom Mistakes
Some people have never been in a Courtroom before. If you do have to attend a hearing, especially if it involves your family law matter, here are some things to
Farhan | September 1, 2010
Minnesota Divorce Trial
A Trial is an Evidentiary Hearing (hearing that involves witness testimony, exhibits, etc). Although most cases settle, it is at times, necessary and unavoidable to go to trial. The Petitioner
Farhan | August 23, 2010
A Pretrial is a Court Hearing that is typically used as an opportunity to settle the case (sometimes, with the Judge’s assistance) on a permanent basis. If the parties cannot