Benefits of Choosing a Collaborative Divorce in Minnesota

January 25th, 2018

A collaborative divorce is much like how it sounds. It is a way of handling divorce proceedings outside of a court room. If a court setting is all about fighting and winning, then a collaborative divorce would be more aptly described as troubleshooting and problem solving. However, while collaborative divorces are often advertised as the… Read more »

How Divorce Affects Business Owners

January 18th, 2018

When you get a divorce as a business owner, you will find yourself in a difficult situation. As an equitable distribution state, Minnesota business owners may very well find themselves becoming business partners with their ex-spouse after a divorce, and there isn’t a divorced couple in the world that wants that. This is why it… Read more »

Considerations for Appeals in Family Law Court

January 11th, 2018

Whether it is a divorce or another family law case, if you do not like the final decision made by the courts, it is within your right to appeal the decision. This means going back to court to argue the decisions in hopes to get a better one. However, while everyone has the right to… Read more »

Divorcing as a Medical Professional: What to Consider

January 4th, 2018

Divorce is hard for everyone, and that includes doctors and other medical professional who also have do to one of the most difficult jobs every day. For medical professionals, divorce functions very much the same way as it does for everyone else. The crucial difference is that medical professionals are often considered of a higher… Read more »

“Who Gets The House?” And Other Asset Division Questions

December 13th, 2017

For many, the difficult part of a divorce is severing the emotional connection to someone you once knew so intimately. However, there is no arguing that divorce is frustrating solely because two people that are not getting along have to divide up their stuff. One party may believe they deserve more while the other does… Read more »

Can You “Buyout” Spousal Support?

November 30th, 2017

If you are getting divorced and are making significantly more money than your soon-to-be ex-spouse, then there is a good chance that you will be forced to pay spousal support to you ex-spouse while they transition and find a way to earn enough to live on their own. While spousal support payments are typically done… Read more »

Divorce and Family Law Topics: Social Media and Divorce

November 22nd, 2017

Social media has become a huge part of many people’s lives, and it has also become the daily journal for many of its users. Many social media users are not shy about sharing their life events and their opinion about certain things. Unfortunately, many people tend to use social media at the wrong time. When… Read more »

Do You Have the Right to Child Support as a Divorcing Father?

November 15th, 2017

If you are divorcing as a parent, your priorities in a divorce will often shift from asking yourself how you protect your assets to asking yourself what is best for your children and what will make this divorce easier for them. Divorce is often a messy affair not only financially, but emotionally, too. Depending on… Read more »