My Spouse Is Not Represented By An Attorney, But I Am. What Does This Mean For My Divorce?
Many individuals and couples in the State of Minnesota represent themselves during a divorce proceeding. Sometimes the represented party thinks that this gives him/her an advantage; however, that may not
I Told My Spouse I Want A Divorce. Now What?
Sometimes, so much thought is put into the decision of whether or not to get a divorce that some individuals do not know what to do once they have made
Are Changes on the Horizon for the Treatment of your Family Pet During a Divorce?
In a divorce, Minnesota law currently considers a family pet to be personal property for purposes of property division and does not consider any emotional attachment either party may have
Tax Reform and Spousal Maintenance in Minnesota
Many people are aware of the tax reform recently signed by President Donald Trump. However, some may have missed the changes that tax reform includes for both obligors and recipients
Divorce in Minnesota: “Am I Entitled to My Spouse’s Inheritance?”
If your spouse receives an inheritance before or during your marriage, you may be wondering if you are entitled to a share of that inheritance as part of your divorce.
Standard of Living in Minnesota Spousal Maintenance Cases
In any divorce proceeding when one party asks for spousal maintenance, the essence of the claim is that the income is not sufficient to meet that spouses monthly living expenses.
How to Choose the Right Reunification Therapist for Your Family
Reunification therapy can be necessary for a variety of reasons. Sometimes, a parent has not seen his/her child in a while. Other times, something has happened in the parent/child relationship
My Spouse is Now Making More Money; Can I Reduce My Spousal Maintenance Payments?
Unless the spousal maintenance obligation was subject to a Karon Waiver, the answer is most likely yes. However, the precise answer depends on the facts and circumstances of each case.
Three Tips for Making a Holiday Parenting Time Schedule
Many divorced/separated parents want to make sure that they are both given the opportunity to spend holidays with their children. This is called a Holiday Parenting Time Schedule and it