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How Long Does a Divorce Take in Minnesota? 

February 25th, 2021

Divorce can be an adversarial, expensive, and emotionally draining process. This is why most people wish to have the process completed as soon as possible. However, most divorce cases rarely happen quickly, with some taking years to resolve. Knowing the average length of a divorce will help you prepare mentally and emotionally, making the process… Read more »

Interstate Divorce Jurisdiction: Need a Family Law Attorney?

January 14th, 2021

Family separation can be a messy situation, especially with children involved. Finding the right child custody attorney to help you through the separation process can be essential. This is true of getting the best possible outcome for your child or children, but also making sure you understand what steps you need to take clearly along… Read more »

Rough Patch or Domestic Abuse? What You Need to Know

December 17th, 2020

All couples fight. That’s a given in living lives so interconnected to each other. Fighting because you let slip what you really think about your spouse’s wild Uncle Garry is one thing. Gentle arguments come with the territory. When Do Arguments Turn Into Domestic Violence? The tricky thing about defining domestic violence and abuse is… Read more »

Can Ex and Child Move Away? Relocation and Child Abduction in Minnesota

December 17th, 2020

One of the most pressing dilemmas in life after divorce may be how to navigate child custody–especially if you desire to move away from your ex-partner with your child. If you are looking into moving to another state with your child, you first need to understand the legalities of Interstate Relocation. Interstate Relocation Interstate Relocation,… Read more »

Will My Wife Get Half My Pension if We Divorce?

November 12th, 2020

If you are a teacher, in the military, governmental worker, or any profession that still receives a defined benefit pension plan rather than a 401(k), you may be afraid that divorce could see it completely cut in half. When divorcing, assets both physical and financial that were shared in a marriage are often split in… Read more »

Interstate Custody Disputes Attorney Minnesota

October 15th, 2020

Society today looks a lot different than it once did. Many of us have started to make bigger, more frequent moves than people have in the past decades. These moves happen for a plethora of reasons– jobs, education, more personal choices– but one thing remains a nagging constant through most of them. The logistics of… Read more »

Minnesota, Child Support, and the UIFSA—Where to Get Help

October 15th, 2020

Child support is difficult enough to obtain when parents and children reside in the same state; but what happens if one parent moves to a different state? What if both parents live in a different jurisdiction than the one where the support order was given? Can the new state of residence enforce the order? UCCJEA… Read more »

Friendly Divorce Lawyers Key In Mediation Process In Minneapolis, MN

October 15th, 2020

Are you on the lookout for a friendly lawyer in Minnesota to guide you through a mediated, noncontentious divorce? Have you seen the images of ‘happy divorces‘ on social media and think, “we could do that”? Happy divorces are a thing and they are more common than most people think. Who Can Get A Happy Divorce?… Read more »

Under What Circumstances Can My Will Be Contested In Minnesota?

October 15th, 2020

Minnetonka Divorce Lawyers Can Help You Those of you keeping up with the drama surrounding Netflix’s Tiger King during this pandemic may have heard about the recent accusations against one of its stars for illegally writing and filing a supposed second will allegedly containing several forged signatures after her husband’s mysterious disappearance. The accused had inherited millions… Read more »

Property & Asset Division in Divorce Minneapolis

October 15th, 2020

The property and asset division process is one of several steps in divorce. It’s a means of dividing property and debt between two married people. Even if you and your spouse did not contribute equally to your assets during your marriage, Minnesota law assumes that this is the case. In fact, the law dictates that marital assets and debt be… Read more »