QUESTIONS ABOUT YOUR DIVORCE

In today’s social media world, news of your divorce can spread quickly. This can include your workplace, community, church, friends, and family. You may be asked invasive, private, upsetting, and even offensive questions. These inquiries may come from friends and...

PRENUPTIAL AGREEMENTS IN MINNESOTA

Minnesota law provides for a prenuptial agreement, commonly abbreviated as a prenup. A prenup is a contract entered into by people intending to marry prior to the marriage or civil union. These agreements are documents that lay out the terms for a divorce before the...

Marital vs. Non-Marital Property

As part of a divorce, you will need to go through the difficult process of dividing the property acquired before and during the marriage. The first step involves a determination of what is “marital” and what is “non-marital.” “Marital...

Parenting Time or Visitation Issues

Many parents have issues surrounding parenting time or visitation. “Parenting time,” also commonly referred to as “visitation,” refers to the time the non-custodial parent spends with a child, regardless of the labels used in the custody...
 

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