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Helping you resolve property division disputes during a divorce


No two divorces are the same. Thus, no two divorces should be treated the same. Nonetheless, there are common divorce issues that should be noted, as well as frequently used mechanisms to resolve them. Keeping these tips in mind could help some Minnesota couples address problems in the dissolution process. Obstacles divorcing couples often face relate to the property division phase. This is one of the most contentious issues in a divorce because spouses cannot fully agree on who gets what and what is rightfully considered separate property.

How a forensic accountant can help with property division


Divorce is sometimes not an easy process to go through for couples in Minnesota and elsewhere. It can be very emotional, difficult and, in some cases, very complex. In a high asset or wealthy divorce, divorcing couples might dispute who gets what. Property division is often one of the most contentious issues during dissolution. Spouses often need assistance with resolving these problems and moving forward with the process.

How can a child support order be modified or enforced?


When determining the most suitable child custody arrangements, divorcing parents must also consider the financial needs of their children. This is where child support comes into play. However, this is not always an issue that is resolved. In some cases, divorced parents will need to revisit this decision, seeking either modification or enforcement.

Boating While Impaired in Minnesota Can Lead to DWI Charges

Just the same way all states have drunk driving laws, every state has laws against boating while impaired (BWI). Minnesota is no different. The laws empower law enforcement agencies to stop motorized watercraft if there is reasonable suspicion the operator has been drinking. Contravening these laws may limit your legal freedom and attract financial penalties. You could face jail time, have a criminal record, pay hefty fines and pay higher insurance rates.

Actress taking steps to enforce child support payments


Going through a divorce with children is a difficult process. While parents have needs and divorce issues to tend to, decisions made during dissolution have the tendency to impact the child or children even if it does not directly involve them. Where they live, custody decisions and the financial needs of the child needs to be addressed, and if a parent fails to uphold obligations, this could negatively impact the child.

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