1310, 2014

Minnesota Divorce and Property Division

October 13, 2014|

During a Minnesota Divorce case, the division of assets, property and debts requires financial acumen and attention to detail.  The division of assets during a Divorce does not need to be mathematically equal, only equitable.  In many cases, the parties agree to divide the assets on the balance sheet in [...]

2305, 2014

Top Divorce-Related Financial Issues in Minnesota

May 23, 2014|

In Minnesota Divorce cases, the division of Assets and Debts is a process that requires substantial financial acumen and 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 exactly half of the marital [...]

905, 2014

Top Divorce Issues – Hennepin County

May 9, 2014|

Hennepin County, in particular, uses Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) processes in Divorce and Family Law cases including SENE to address Child Custody and Parenting Time and FENE to address Financial Issues including Child Support, Property Division, Tracing and Valuation Of Assets and Spousal Maintenance (Alimony).  Your Divorce lawyer you should [...]

2607, 2013

Family Law Top 3 SENE Issues – Child Custody

July 26, 2013|

Social Early Neutral Evaluation (SENE) addresses Family Law issues involving a child or children.  The 3 most important issues addressed during a typical SENE include 1) Physical Custody 2) Legal Custody 3) Parenting Time.  In Hennepin County, and throughout the Twin Cities, SENE cases are usually handled by a team [...]

905, 2013

Top Hennepin County Property Division Issues

May 9, 2013|

In Minnesota Divorce cases, property can be both marital and non-marital (for example: real estate).  If an asset is both marital and non-marital it is sometimes necessary to perform a neutral financial analysis (also referred to as forensic tracing) in order to determine the marital portion and the non-marital portion.  With real estate, the financial analysis is [...]

1403, 2013

Top Issues – Minnesota Family Law Appeals

March 14, 2013|

In some Family Law cases, the Judge or Referee assigned to the case makes a decision that may not adequately address the legal issues presented.  When a party feels that a Judicial decision constitutes an abuse of discretion or was made in error, there are legal remedies, including the option [...]

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