Utilizing Mediation and Collaborative Law in Divorce

For people seeking a more amicable, less expensive and more expeditious way to resolve differences in a divorce, mediation and collaborative law might be an approach to consider.

Getting Divorced? Explore Ways to Ease the Transition for Your Kids

While change is not always a bad thing, it can be especially hard for kids to adjust to life post-divorce. Fortunately, there are many steps that you can take as a parent to help make divorce easier on your children.

Minnesota Grandparents’ Rights: Visitation and Custody in the Twin Cities

Under Minnesota law, you have legal rights as a grandparent that can help ensure you get to see your grandkids as well as petition for custody if it becomes necessary.

More Parents Staying in Touch With Virtual Visitation

With the rise of technology, some divorced parents are finding it easier to stay in touch with their children and keep their relationships intact, even from a distance.

The Status of Alimony in Minnesota and Beyond

Recent trends in case law, legislation and cultural values indicate that alimony is once again falling out of favor.

Rising Number of Women Ordered to Make Alimony Payments After Divorce

As the number of women who earn more than their husbands increases every year, more women are being ordered to provide spousal support to their ex-husbands.

Who Keeps the Home? Property Division in a Minnesota Divorce

There are typically two property division scenarios related to the marital home: one of the former spouses continues to live in the home and pays a share of the accumulated equity to the other spouse, or they sell the property and split the proceeds.

Financial Infidelity and Divorce

From incompatibility to infidelity, there are different reasons that couples decide to divorce. For many, however, money troubles appear to be the root cause of the couples’ problems.

Early Neutral Evaluation Pilot Programs Showing Great Promise in Minnesota

Sometimes the best way to resolve emotionally taxing issues like child custody, parenting time and spousal support is to give the divorcing couples the opportunity to resolve these issues themselves, and to do so early in the process.

What Rights Do Noncustodial Parents Have in Minnesota?

What rights do noncustodial parents in Minnesota have regarding child custody, visitation rights and child support payments?