I did not get married in the United States; is my marriage recognized in Minnesota?
There are many individuals who get married in a state other than Minnesota and then relocate to Minnesota. Similarly, many immigrants get married in their country of origin and at
Muslim Divorce in Minnesota
In cases involving two spouses who are Muslims, sometimes, the parties will go to the religious minister (also sometimes known as Imam) and obtain a religious divorce. When this occurs,
Is My Hindu or Muslim Marriage Recognized in Minnesota?
Minnesota law specifically provides that Marriages may be solemnized among Hindus or Muslims by the person chosen by a local Hindu or Muslim association, according to the form and usage
I Was Married in another Country, Can I Get a Divorce in Minnesota?
The only requirement that Minnesota imposes in order to obtain a divorce, is that one spouse must have resided in Minnesota for at least six (6) months prior to bringing
Islamic Divorces in Minnesota
Many Americans marry according to well-established religious practices in their church, temple, or mosque. Minnesota law outlines the procedure that various religions use in a marriage solemnization ceremony as follows:
Immigrant Issues in Minnesota Divorce
Divorces involving immigrants and non-U.S. citizens living in Minnesota are treated exactly as all other divorces. That is, immigrants and non-U.S. citizens enjoy the full protection of Minnesota laws and