Minnesota Divorce Blog

Can a Couple Have a Friendly Divorce?

Divorce is considered among the most difficult and stressful live events. There is no denying that it is an emotionally fraught situation when a couple realizes that they would be better apart. However, even though there are bound to be tense moments… Read More
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Lawyer's Role in Collaborative Divorce

The parties in a collaborative divorce are committed to working together in order to resolve the issues that come with a divorce. Rather than subject themselves to the stress of litigation, these couples have chosen to focus on creating a positive re… Read More
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Legal Issues in Divorce

Divorce is fundamentally a legal issue – however, the legal issues are fairly simple. I often ask clients to think back about their wedding – how much of that was legal? Weddings are emotional, spiritual, familial, relational events. The divorce… Read More
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Child Custody in Minnesota

Issues of child custody and visitation are often the most emotional ones encountered during a divorce proceeding. Both parents are interested in the well-being of their children, but their beliefs and methods of upbringing may differ greatly. This is… Read More
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The Impact of Divorce on Your Tax Returns

A divorce is not only emotionally difficult, but financially difficult. While time may resolve the emotional hurt, the financial difficulties are often complicated and may continue to haunt divorced couples even years after the divorce is final. The… Read More
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What is a Financial Neutral?

In a collaborative case, parties often engage a financial neutral to help work through the financial questions. Specifically, financial neutrals gather the necessary materials, establish a baseline for analysis, compile reasonable budgets, and run sc… Read More
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How to Choose a Twin Cities Divorce Lawyer

A divorce is never easy on anyone. It is not a decision any couple comes to lightly, particularly if there are children involved. The emotions that accompany a divorce can make it particularly difficult to deal with the legal and financial matters th… Read More
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Who Can Benefit From Collaborative Divorce?

Many people assume divorce will be a contentious event and in many situations it is – but it doesn’t have to be. Couples often find themselves unable to see past the hurt and anger, to come up with the best resolutions on their own. A litigat… Read More
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What is Reconciliation?

A couple heading toward divorce may have second thoughts. A study shows that up to 10% of couples in the process of divorce find reconciliation a viable option. These are couples who may feel that divorce is their only option when they cannot work ou… Read More
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Sending Your Children to College After Divorce

It is common to have child support apply to minor children who are under the care of one or both parents. Where divorced families run into issues are whether or not that support continues when the children reach the age of majority, 18, but are still… Read More
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