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The History and Future of Same-Sex Divorce

May 17th, 2016

On June 26th, 2015 the case Obergefell v. Hodges came to a 5-4 decision which led to legalization of same-sex marriage across all 50 of the United States, which, in turn, has also led to help improve many lives through same-sex divorce. Kim Bellware’s Huffington Post article explains the benefits of “divorce equality” through a New… Read more »

5 Ways to Use Your Smartphone for Loss Prevention During a Divorce

May 3rd, 2016

Divorce is never an easy decision, or an easy thing to endure. Rarely is it amicable and peaceful and both parties are polite and easily agree to terms. Emotions get in the way and one partner feels rejected and feels the need either for revenge or for redemption. In the event that things get nasty,… Read more »

Divorce Mediation Counseling Can Play an Important Role

April 18th, 2016

When most people think of divorce, they to think of it in terms of the traditional adversarial divorce. An adversarial divorce is a divorce in which one side or the other may feel wronged, or one in which one or both sides are unable or unwilling to reach an agreement without the involvement of a… Read more »

Uncover the Secret to Successful Divorce Negotiations

April 4th, 2016

Couples do not normally look forward to divorce negotiations, but arriving at a settlement is a necessary part of the process. The process, though, does not have to bring out ugliness that permeates and negatively affects the entire family. Learn how to compromise and cordially settle and you will soon find the secret to successful divorce… Read more »

Tips to Follow When Entering Into a Prenuptial Agreement

March 21st, 2016

Before you enter into the sacrament of marriage, you need to consider your finances and assets. Now is the time to protect everything you’ve worked so hard to acquire up to this point in your life. No matter how much you love your spouse-to-be, things happen, and divorces can get ugly when it comes to… Read more »

Grandparents’ and Third Party Custody Rights in Minnesota

March 16th, 2016

Decisions about who should have custody of a minor child are rarely easy, and should always be based on an evaluation of the facts and circumstances to determine what custody arrangement will truly be in the best interest of the child. In certain situations, it may make sense for a grandparent, or another third-party to request… Read more »