4 Essential Tips for Divorce Separation During the Pandemic

March 8th, 2022

For a few months during 2020, the population held our collective breaths. We put off events, then almost all plans that involved leaving the house or changing households. We’ve all seen a few news stories about sports games and weddings postponed by the pandemic, as were all the less splashy aspects of everyday life. Divorces… Read more »

7 Ways a Divorce Lawyer in Wayzata, Minnesota Can Help You

March 8th, 2022

When going through a divorce, make sure you work with an experienced attorney. Considering the consequences of divorce for both adults and children, having the right partner by your side will help to make the process more manageable. A good attorney will help you navigate the complex legal issues associated with the divorce process. They will also… Read more »

How To Protect Your Financial Assets With A Prenuptial Agreement

March 8th, 2022

When couples marry, the last thing either party wants to consider is that the other partner could be financially untrustworthy, or betray them by financially exploiting their resources. Newlyweds and people in love want to see, and are in fact often blinded by, the glow of new love and excitement of courtship and a wedding…. Read more »

What to Consider When Hiring a Divorce Attorney in Minnesota

March 8th, 2022

Getting divorced is one of the most stressful events a person can go through. As there are many variables to consider, including assets, children, custody, and more, and there is no denying that being legally assisted is essential. In order to make the entire process a little less overwhelming and hurtful, many people seek for… Read more »

Are You Worried About Potential Dishonesty In Your Alimony Determination?

April 15th, 2021

Alimony is called spousal support, or spousal maintenance, in Minnesota. The terms can be used interchangeably in conversation but each one has developed a negative connotation that doesn’t always hold up to the stereotype. Many couples separate somewhat amicably and can settle any alimony disputes in mediation. Mediation is a healthier way to separate, but sometimes it doesn’t work. Some divorces… Read more »

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 »