Student Attorney Chinyere Okwulehie

1001, 2018

Spousal Maintenance, Retirement and an Obligation to Work

January 10, 2018|

This blog will cover two topics. The first topic is the question of what happens if the payor of spousal maintenance retires? The second topic is a question about whether or not a recipient of spousal maintenance has an obligation to work to try to increase his or her income. [...]

2109, 2017

The Rebuttable Presumption – Parenting Time in Minnesota

September 21, 2017|

Rebuttable Presumption of 25% Parenting Time Starting in 2007, Minnesota’s parenting time statute has included a rebuttable presumption that a parent is entitled to 25% parenting time under Minn. Stat. §518.175 subd. 1(g) (2016). Minn. Stat. §518.175 subd. 1(g) can be broken down into four sections: the absence of evidence, [...]

1909, 2017

Non-Marital Tracing and Minnesota Divorce – An Overview

September 19, 2017|

Under Minnesota law, all property, real or personal acquired either jointly or individually during a marriage is presumed to be marital property under Minn. Stat. §518.003 subd. 3b. Non-marital property is defined by the statute as “property real or personal, acquired by either spouse before, during, or after the existence [...]

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