Property Division during a divorce can be relatively straightforward, or it can be more complicated, depending on the value and number of assets the divorcing couple has. Generally, property acquired by one spouse prior to marriage is non-marital property that will not be subject to division during a divorce. Retirement plans, pensions, investments, and business assets may be subject to division depending on a number of factors.
Our Minnesota Divorce Attorneys can help you understand how property is divided and advise you how to move forward strategically. Read more information below, or call 651-647-0087 to schedule a consultation with a lawyer from our Minneapolis, St. Paul or Eden Prairie offices.