Calming the Storm: Tips for an Amicable Divorce

Calming the Storm: Tips for an Amicable Divorce

The media is abundant with horror stories about couples ending their marriages and dragging each other through the mud in the process. Fights over property, finances, kids, and pets are common; common and yet, unnecessary when a couple makes the rational decision to have an…

Divorce and Investing

Divorce and Investing

There are many changes that occur with divorce, especially in the realm of finances. The assets and income that was once available to a single household is now split, yet the total expenses are typically greater. For those who receive a financial settlement in their…

White v. White and Baker v. Baker on Retirement Accounts

White v. White and Baker v. Baker on Retirement Accounts

Retirement accounts are often litigated during a divorce, especially when a non-marital claim exists.  In White v. White, a couple had been married for six years and were in the process of being divorced. 521 N.W.2d 874 (Minn. Ct. App. 1994). The main issue before…