Spousal Maintenance, Retirement and an Obligation to Work

Spousal Maintenance, Retirement and an Obligation to Work

This blog will cover two topics. The first topic is the question of what happens if the payor of spousal maintenance retires? The second topic is a question about whether or not a recipient of spousal maintenance has an obligation to work to try to…

The Rebuttable Presumption - Parenting Time in Minnesota

The Rebuttable Presumption – Parenting Time in Minnesota

Rebuttable Presumption of 25% Parenting Time Starting in 2007, Minnesota’s parenting time statute has included a rebuttable presumption that a parent is entitled to 25% parenting time under Minn. Stat. §518.175 subd. 1(g) (2016). Minn. Stat. §518.175 subd. 1(g) can be broken down into four…

Non-Marital Tracing and Minnesota Divorce - An Overview

Non-Marital Tracing and Minnesota Divorce – An Overview

Under Minnesota law, all property, real or personal acquired either jointly or individually during a marriage is presumed to be marital property under Minn. Stat. §518.003 subd. 3b. Non-marital property is defined by the statute as “property real or personal, acquired by either spouse before,…