Top Question - Minnesota Divorce and Property Division

During a Minnesota Divorce case, parties frequently have issues regarding the division (and proper valuation) of assets.  Minnesota law requires an “equitable division” of assets (and the same applies to debts).  The division is quite often something other than 50:50; there is no requirement that…

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 - Top Questions Regarding Asset and Property Division

The division of assets, property and debts during a Minnesota Divorce is a process that requires financial acumen and precise attention to detail. The division does not need to be mathematically equal, only equitable.  Frequently, the parties agree to divide the assets on the balance sheet…

Minnesota Divorce and the Division Of Property - What Are You Entitled To?

During a Minnesota Divorce case, parties frequently have issues regarding the division (and proper valuation) of property and assets.  Minnesota law requires an “equitable division” of assets (and the same applies to debts).  The division is quite often something other than 50:50, and there is…

Family Court in Minnesota - Top Divorce Issues

In Minnesota Family Court, parties address important legal matters such as Divorce, Child Custody, Child Support, Parenting Time, Property Division and Spousal Maintenance (Alimony).  Family Court can be quite complex –  there are numerous Minnesota statutes, rules and procedures that must be followed and adhered…

Top Spousal Maintenance (Alimony) Issues In Minnesota Family Court

Throughout Minnesota, Spousal Maintenance (sometimes referred to as “Alimony”) is an advanced financial topic associated with Divorce.  Unlike Child Support, Spousal Maintenance does not provide the parties with a formula to determine if – and for what duration – money should be paid to a…