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1004, 2014

Top Property Division Issues In Minnesota Divorce

April 10, 2014|

During a Minnesota Divorce case, the division of assets, property and debts is a process that requires substantial financial acumen and precise attention to detail.  Despite what you may have been told, the division of assets during divorce does not need to be mathematically equal, and, under Minnesota law, you [...]

1211, 2013

Minnesota Divorce – Top Property Division Issues

November 12, 2013|

In Minnesota Divorce cases, the division of assets and debts is a process that requires great attention to detail; the division of assets during divorce does not need to be mathematically equal, and you are not necessarily entitled, under Minnesota law, to one-half of the marital assets.  In many Divorce [...]

1109, 2013

Top Reasons To Use An Actuary in a Minnesota Divorce

September 11, 2013|

In a Minnesota Divorce case, the most frequent reasons to use an Actuary are 1) to determine the present value calculation of an asset, such as a pension; 2) to perform calculations related to non-marital claims, and 3) to run financial projections and scenarios based on risk and other assumptions.  [...]

802, 2013

Hennepin County Divorce | Complex Assets

February 8, 2013|

A just and equitable division of assets does not need to be mathematically equal, and you are not necessarily entitled, as a matter of law, to "half of your half" (although this is how family lawyers frequently explain asset division to their clients).  In many divorce cases, the parties simply [...]

2411, 2012

Divorce – Asset Division

November 24, 2012|

A just and equitable division of marital assets does not need to be mathematically equal.  An award of 53.8 percent of the marital estate to the Wife and 46.2 percent to Husband was upheld in the case of Trosvig v Trosvig, A-10 (Minn. Ct. App. May 31, 2011).  During divorce, [...]

1411, 2012

Minnesota Divorce | Real Estate and Assets

November 14, 2012|

Debts, like assets, are presumed to be marital, and the party seeking to have credit card debt deemed non-marital bears the burden of proof.  Berlinerblau v. Berlinerblau, A10-952 (Minn. Ct. App. May 9, 2011) Minnesota Court Of Appeals reversed and remanded the trial court's findings on the division of credit [...]

511, 2012

Hennepin County Divorce – FENE – SENE

November 5, 2012|

Early Neutral Evaluation (ENE) is a process that is increasingly being used and ordered by Courts to help resolve Family Law issues involving child custody and parenting time (referred to as SENE).  In addition the ENE process can assist parties with the resolution of financial matters (referred to as FENE) [...]

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