Minnesota Divorce Update - Top Questions Regarding Asset and Debt Division.

In Minnesota Divorce cases, the division of assets and debts is a process that requires financial expertise and significant attention to detail.  The division of assets and debts does not need to be mathematically equal, as addressed in Johns v. Johns, 354 N.W.2d 564, 566…

Minnesota Divorce and Property Division - Will You Receive Exactly Half?

In Minnesota Divorce cases, you are not necessarily entitled to one-half of the marital assets.  Instead, Minnesota law requires an “equitable division” of assets and debts (and this is quite often something other than 50:50).  In many Divorce cases, the parties simply agree to equally…

Mediation in Minnesota Parenting Time Disputes

Mediation is commonly used in Minnesota to resolve disputes related to parenting time, including issues regarding the adjustment of an existing parenting time schedule, changes to the primary residence of a child (or children), vacations, holidays, birthdays, summer vacation schedules, extracurricular activities and parenting time…

Top Minnesota Divorce Issues - Property and Asset Division

In Minnesota Divorce cases, an equitable division of assets does not need to be mathematically equal, and you are not necessarily entitled, as a matter of law, to one half of the marital assets (although most family lawyers typically explain asset division to their clients…

Minnesota Divorce - Property Division

In a Divorce case, a just and equitable division of assets does not need to be precisely equal, and you are not entitled, as a matter of law, to “half of your half”.  In many divorce cases, the parties simply agree to divide the assets…

Top Issues - Minnesota Family Law Appeals

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…

Hennepin County Divorce | Complex Assets

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…