Should I Move Out Of The Marital Homestead During A Divorce?
Contested Divorce? Make Sure You Think Before You Move Out Oftentimes, a party involved in a divorce wonders whether or not they should move out of the marital home. As
Assets Owned Before Marriage – Fair Game in Divorce?
"I bought my home a few years prior to marriage. We are divorcing in Minnesota after eight years, and only my name is on the title. Does that effect the
Dissipating Assets In A Divorce In Minnesota
What can happen in a divorce proceeding when you have a spouse who makes bad decisions about managing funds, or worse, is actively hiding or disposing of assets? Is it
Can a Court in Minnesota Force a Spouse to Move Out?
At the start of a divorce, emotions are often high and one spouse may want the other excluded from the home they once shared. When I first meet with clients,
How does the Court Award Marital Property in the State of Minnesota?
Many people may think that Courts award marital property to parties 50/50 in the State of Minnesota; however, that is not necessarily true. Although many attorneys and Courts may start
I Got Served With Divorce Papers In Minnesota And My Spouse Emptied All Of Our Accounts.
First off, don't panic. When any divorce proceeding is started in Minnesota, one spouse must be served with summons, but neither party is allowed to simply seize an unfair share
I Am Going Through A Divorce In Minnesota, Should I Stop Contributing To My 401K Plan Or Retirement Account?
This may not be the ideal answer, but it is a true one: it depends. In general, however, you should continue to contribute the same amount and the same percentage
What Do I Do If Find Hidden Marital Assets After My Divorce Is Final?
Parties to a divorce proceeding are ordered to provide full disclosure of property and assets to each other. If a divorcing spouse does not fully disclose his or her financial
Early Retirement Account Withdrawal
Generally, withdrawal of funds in your Traditional Individual Retirement Account (IRA) prior to age 59 ½ are called ‘premature’ and subject to an early withdrawal penalty of 10% unless an