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.
What is a “Gray Divorce”?
The term “Gray Divorce” commonly refers to couples who decide to pursue a divorce after age fifty (50). There has been a rise in these later in life divorces since
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
Can One Parent Be Obligated to Pay for College Expenses for Emancipated Children?
With the rise in college tuition expenses and student loan debt, many parents have discussed their ability and desire to pay for the college expenses of emancipated children. However, in
Technology and Co-Parenting: Establishing Boundaries for Children and Screens
An increasing number of parents are concerned about the amount of “screen time” their children are getting. The term “screen time” applies to television, computers, tablets, phones, and any other
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,
Protecting Non-Marital Claims Sooner Rather Than Later in Minnesota
If you have a non-marital claim, there are steps you can take early on to ensure that your non-marital claim is protected in the event of a divorce. You may
What is a “Right of First Refusal”?
When parents are discussing parenting time schedules, one thing that often comes up is “you won’t even be taking care of the children for your entire parenting time”. Sometimes, even
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