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
Understanding the Implications of Dividing Retirement Assets in a Minnesota Divorce
For many divorcing couples in Minnesota, retirement assets represent the most valuable assets owned by the parties. In other words, most of the parties’ money is located in retirement accounts.
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
How Owning A Business Impacts Your Minnesota Divorce
Property is divided in a Minnesota divorce proceeding based on a ‘just and equitable’ division of assets and debts. While this division is not necessarily an equal division of assets,
Property Division: Anniversary Rings and Upgrades Made During Marriage
In Minnesota, generally the spouse who was given an engagement ring will be awarded the engagement ring as his/her non-marital property during a divorce. However, it is becoming more common
Who Gets The Engagement Ring In A Minnesota Divorce?
An engagement ring is typically a very expensive purchase. The spouse who purchased the ring may want to be awarded the ring as part of a divorce proceeding, especially if
Is My Student Loan Debt Considered Marital or Non-Marital?
In Minnesota, property is divided during a divorce based on the concept of marital and non-marital property. Additionally, Minnesota courts will consider both assets of the parties and debts of
Survivor Benefit Plan: Former Spouse Coverage
If your ex-spouse is a member of the United States Military, you may have a marital interest in his/her retirement pay. When a military retiree dies, his/her retirement pay stops.