The Best Divorce Lawyers in Minnesota

October 15th, 2020

Minnetonka Family Law Attorneys Beckman, Steen & Lungstrom What Makes A Great Divorce Lawyer? Have you concluded that a divorce is your only option in your current relationship? Do you need mediation to discuss child support or alimony? Would you like your separation to be as simple as humanly possible? Call the best divorce lawyers in Minnesota. Beckman,… Read more »

Protecting Child Custody Rights During Same Sex Divorces In Minnesota

October 15th, 2020

Same-sex marriage has been legal in all fifty states for exactly five years. This makes same-sex divorce a relatively newer concept in our traditional system of laws that are a direct reaction to heterogeneous divorces. Same-sex divorces are different from dual-sex divorces in many ways, especially when it comes to fair custody of the children. Unfortunately, creating and… Read more »

4 Reasons to Build a Living Trust in Addition to Your Will

July 9th, 2020

Have you been giving some serious thought to your estate planning? Sooner or later, death takes us all and it’s important to have a plan. Just like building a retirement plan, estate planning is about looking into the future and predicting what will be needed. In case the unthinkable happens, you want your assets prepared… Read more »

Tips to Get Divorced As A Doctor In Minnesota

July 9th, 2020

Lucky for most doctors, the statistics show that divorce is rather low in the profession. In fact, only 24.3% of doctors end up divorced. This may be surprising to you since most doctors work long hours (and spend time on call). While many have worked hard to have a balance between their home and work life, others… Read more »

Tips to Get Divorced as a Millenial

July 9th, 2020

Divorce in millennials isn’t as common as it is in other generations. This may be because many wait to get married (or simply cohabitate instead of tying the knot). Also, the average age of divorce is around forty, so most millennials still have plenty of years to go. Just because it isn’t as common, doesn’t mean… Read more »

Why Does the Wife Get Half in a Divorce?

July 9th, 2020

We hear it on a regular basis when we prepare the paperwork for a divorce: “I’ve been the one making the money our entire marriage. Why does she get half of everything?” In many cases, the male spouse feels as though he has supported his wife for the bulk of the marriage. He’s been the… Read more »

Divorce and Family Law Topics: The 5 Most Common Reasons For Divorce

July 9th, 2020

You’ve probably heard the much-touted “fact” that roughly 50 percent of marriages in the United States end in divorce. While that number was never accurate in the first place, the divorce rate has been steadily declining for many years. However, declining doesn’t mean that divorce doesn’t still happen with a fair amount of regularity. If… Read more »

FAQs: Top FAQs Potential Clients Ask Minneapolis Divorce Lawyers

May 14th, 2020

The Top FAQs Clients Ask Divorce Lawyers When you’re going through (or thinking about beginning) a divorce in Minnesota, it’s easy to find yourself with a lot of unanswered questions. Lots of people conduct their own research before trying to begin a divorce or partner with a divorce lawyer. We’ve put together a quick resource designed to… Read more »

Why Does The Gender Of My Divorce Lawyer Matter?

April 27th, 2020

Effective female attorneys can help empower your future. Women have aggressively and intelligently mastered the law in a court system that was at one time was male dominated. As we leave that time behind, our hard work truly pays off in a more modern and fair courtroom. We value the precedence that male attorneys have… Read more »

Considering Divorce During The Coronavirus Pandemic?

April 27th, 2020

Moving Forward With Divorce With Attorneys You Can Trust Everything seems so far out of reach at this time, and the thought of moving forward with a divorce can seem overwhelming.  Social distancing and the stay at home order make many people feel like they are almost prisoners in their own homes, especially if you… Read more »