Hennepin County Spousal Maintenance

2310, 2017

Spousal Maintenance (Alimony) and the Imputation of Income

October 23, 2017|

During a divorce proceeding, and once a divorce is finalized, the court may order that one spouse pay alimony, or what Minnesota refers to as spousal maintenance, to the other spouse.  The primary reason for spousal maintenance is to provide cash flow to a spouse in order to approximate the [...]

1701, 2017

Congrats on Your Engagement: Where’s the Prenup?

January 17, 2017|

The holiday season is the busiest time of year. Families are getting together, shopping, and eating to celebrate life, love, and happiness. It is one of the busiest engagement seasons of the year (maybe tied with Valentine’s Day). Whether you get caught up in a moment of excitement and spontaneously [...]

1007, 2015

Minnesota Spousal Maintenance (Alimony) Trends in Family Court

July 10, 2015|

In Minnesota, Spousal Maintenance (Alimony) is based upon need.  Equalizing monthly cash flow (or available income) is not required by Minnesota Statue 518.552.  In the June 22, 2015 unpublished decision in Curtis v. Curtis, the Minnesota Court of Appeals affirmed the decision of the Trial court that required wife to [...]

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