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
Can a Judge Determine Reasonable Monthly Expenses in a Minnesota Spousal Maintenance Case?
The answer is yes. If the two parties to a divorce proceeding cannot agree on what is an appropriate spousal maintenance obligation, the Judge has the authority to decide the
Why is January Considered “Divorce Month”?
January is here and for most people this means new resolutions for the upcoming year. Many see this as a month for a fresh start, or to make the changes
Top 6 Reasons to Consult a Divorce Lawyer in Minnesota
One of the goals in any divorce proceeding should be to obtain closure. For a lot of issues, this is possible. For other issues, it is simply not possible
Minnesota Court of Appeals Case Brief: Berberich v. Mattson (Military Disability Compensation is not Marital Property)
Berberich v. Mattson, No. A16-1535 (Minn. Ct. App. Oct. 2, 2017) In a recent decision issued by the Minnesota Court of Appeals, the Court agreed with Appellant-Husband that state courts
Five Things to Consider When Selecting a Mediator
Mediation is a common form of Alternative Dispute Resolution in Minnesota family law cases. Although Mediation can be very helpful to the parties, the selection of an appropriate Mediator for
Can I Move Out of State with my Children?
Some parents have the mistaken belief that, if they have sole physical custody of their children, they can move out of state without permission from the other parent. However, whether