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  • Utilizing Mediation and Collaborative Law in Divorce
    Utilizing Mediation and Collaborative Law in Divorce

    There are alternative ways to resolve divorce disputes without the need for prolonged, costly litigation. For people seeking a more amicable, less expensive and more expeditious way to resolve ...

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

    Going through a divorce can be hard on both parents and children. Not only is there potential for conflict, but a divorce heralds big lifestyle changes for every member of a family. While change is ...

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  • The Status of Alimony in Minnesota and Beyond
    The Status of Alimony in Minnesota and Beyond

    The concept of spousal support, or spousal maintenance as it is known in Minnesota, originated at a time when divorce was based on fault and women were largely excluded from the workforce, making its ...

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  • Rising Number of Women Ordered to Make Alimony Payments After Divorce
    Rising Number of Women Ordered to Make Alimony Payments After Divorce

    Couples divorcing in Minnesota have a wide array of issues to consider throughout the process. In addition to child support payments, some spouses will be ordered to pay alimony – also referred to as ...

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  • Financial Infidelity and Divorce
    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. Statistics from ...

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  • Who Keeps the Home? Property Division in a Minnesota Divorce
    Who Keeps the Home? Property Division in a Minnesota Divorce

    The largest asset for many couples is the equity in their home. This amount fluctuates with the housing market. During the recent housing market collapse, it became a case of apportioning losses and ...

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