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When One Spouse Hides Assets During a Minnesota Divorce

A Minnesota divorce can be a trying time. If you and your spouse are getting divorced in St. Paul, you may be concerned about how your financial future will play out once proceedings are finalized. The desire to maintain the same lifestyle you upheld… Read More
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The Challenges of Parental Relocation Requests in Minnesota

Life after a Minnesota divorce can be difficult in more ways than one. After you’ve gotten divorced, you may face an adjustment period to a newly single life, possible reduced income, and, in the case of kids, life as a single parent. When it c… Read More
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How to Modify Your Spousal Maintenance in Minnesota

SPOUSAL SUPPORT ATTORNEY IN ST. PAUL, EAGAN MN When you’re getting divorced in St. Paul, it may be quite common for a court-ordered spousal maintenance agreement to be included in your divorce settlement. This is also known as alimony, and basi… Read More
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Tax Implications of Divorce

TWIN CITIES DIVORCE ATTORNEY When filing for divorce, many people are aware of the common financial ramifications, including: property division, child and spousal support, and healthcare coverage changes. The impact of a divorce on the parties’ tax… Read More
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What is a Partnership Agreement?

ST. PAUL FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY A partnership agreement (also known as cohabitation agreement) is an agreement between two unmarried people who live together as partners. In Minnesota, a valid cohabitation agreement must be written and signed by both pa… Read More
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High-Asset/High-Income Divorce

SAINT PAUL DIVORCE ATTORNEY Divorce often has long-term financial implications for both of the parties involved. The financial consequences of a high-asset divorce, however, may affect the parties’ financial futures for the rest of their lives. To… Read More
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Categories: Divorce

Consensual Special Magistrate and Confidential Divorces

If you have a desire to keep your divorce, and your financial disclosures, confidential, your attorney may recommend the use of a Consensual Special Magistrate (CSM). (This is a form of alternative dispute resolution. For more information on ADR, ple… Read More
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Neutral Professionals: Their Roles and Impact

A neutral professional is a third party called upon by either the parties involved or the court in an attempt to resolve a family law dispute as efficiently as possible without unnecessary, expensive court litigation. There are a variety of neutral p… Read More
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Prenuptials and Antenuptial Agreements in Minnesota

Under Minnesota law, “marital property” is any property acquired by either spouse during the marriage, unless it: “(a) is acquired as a gift, bequest, devise or inheritance made by a third party to one but not to the other spouse;(b) is acquire… Read More
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Identifying Assets and Valuations

Except for child custody issues, the division of marital property is often the most adversarial and stressful aspect of a divorce. Determining who gets what can be complicated. The overall division typically depends on whether the property, or asset,… Read More
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