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August 2017 Archives

Guiding you through the divorce process

Ending a marriage is anything but easy. However, if it is clear that it is the right time and it is best for spouses to part ways, couples can usually move forward with the process with a good perspective. Whether spouses are able to approach the process open-minded or with much spite and anger, a divorcing couple has to address certain divorce issues before finalizing the process.

Child support and child custody are separate family law issues

Some parents in Minnesota are faced with financial problems when it comes to their custody arrangements with an ex-spouse. When visitation is awarded to one parent, child support is commonly put in place. However, divorced parents are often confused about this co-existence, sometimes failing to recognize the distinctions between these separate family law issues. Whether you are the parent awarded primary custody or the non-custodial parent awarded visitation, it is important to understand your parental rights in these roles and how child support interacts with these roles.

How could a prenuptial agreement be invalid?

As previously discussed, some couples in Minnesota carry out specific steps to protect his or her financial wellbeing. Prior to even getting married, couples could execute a prenuptial agreement. While drafting such a document can be a difficult task, it is also overwhelming to have this legal document apply to dissolution proceedings. This is especially true if one spouse seeks to contest the validity of the document.

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