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Older Minnesota women can be financially vulnerable in divorce


In previous blog posts we have talked about the rise in "gray divorce" -- usually defined as divorces involving partners over the age of 50. A divorce late in life can result in more serious financial issues than a divorce involving younger spouses. When someone is older it's more difficult to recover financially from a divorce and there's less time to do it.

How is paternity established in Minnesota?


Paternity refers to the legal determination that a man is the father of a specific child. Establishing paternity is important in a number of legal contexts, including child support. It results in important obligations for the father, and significant legal rights for the father, child and mother.

Minnesota child support orders must include health coverage


When most people think of child support, they think of the monthly payments that must be made by a noncustodial parent to help provide for the child's basic needs. But in Minnesota, child support orders must also set out how the parents will provide medical coverage for the child.

Do you need a prenuptial agreement?


It is a common misconception that prenuptial agreements are only beneficial for the rich and famous. Eagan residents may often hear about prenuptial agreements when their favorite celebrities go through divorces, but in reality many everyday people can benefit from having prenuptial agreements executed before they marry. The law firm of Sheridan & Dulas helps people learn about the benefits of prenuptial agreements and can guide them through the process of setting up such agreements to protect their personal wealth and assets.

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