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Why documenting your alimony payments is pivotal

No divorce is going to be the same as any divorce before it. Each one is unique, like a fingerprint. However, there will be issues and elements that are seen in many different divorces. Property division is a common example. Child custody and child support will be prime issues for parents who are divorcing. And another example that we want to talk about today is alimony (or spousal support).

Does your divorce threaten to destroy your business?

Divorce is always complicated, in some way or another. Maybe you and your spouse can't figure out who should keep the house, or maybe you are struggling to find fair custody agreements. However, for business owners, divorce takes on an entirely new dimension. If you own a business, then you affect many other people's lives, outside of your immediate family.

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.

Three Common Myths About Divorce

When someone decides to divorce, they often confide in family or friends about their situation. These conversations can be important in defining goals and finding support during an emotional time. However, moral support is a far cry from solid advice and guidance. Commentators and divorce lawyers often discuss the myths and misconceptions that many people have over divorce.

What makes the divorce process so difficult?

The decision to end a marriage can be difficult for couples in Minnesota. However, taking such a major step is often necessary for relationships that no longer work and cannot be salvaged. Although it might be difficult to see the positivity that could be gained through the process, the end result of dissolution could be beneficial for both spouses. Despite that, getting through the process can be very challenging.

How can prenuptial agreements benefit any couple?

Whether you are married or not, it is likely that you are aware of the daunting divorce statistics of our nation. Because roughly 40 to 50 percent of first-time marriages end in divorce, couples in Minnesota and elsewhere consider having serious conversations prior to getting married. While it is difficult to talk about dissolution before a union starts. Nonetheless, this could help the couple avoid serious disputes and divorce issues if the marriage ends.

The reason why Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck filed for divorce

The decision to end a marriage isn't always an easy one. For many Minnesota couples, the process starts with separation. Maybe there is a chance that the couple will reconcile. However, if it is deemed appropriate to make this separation final, the couple can then move forward with the divorce process. Whether the decision to divorce occurred over several years or weeks, it is a major life event that is not simple to make or go through.

Don't let your ex-spouse take advantage of you during divorce

At the law offices of Sheridan & Dulas, P.A. Attorneys at Law, we understand how the courts work, how the judges decide your fate and what it takes to maximize your chance of success. For over 45 total years of experience in law, we have been serving clients throughout the Twin Cities area, Dakota County and the state of Minnesota.

What records should a person maintain regarding alimony?

In Minnesota, there are a number of reasons a family court judge may order alimony in a divorce case. Alimony, also called spousal support, is often appropriate when one spouse left the workforce for a period of time to raise children, and needs some financial help to regain self-sufficiency. It may also be ordered when the marriage lasted for many years and one spouse earned significantly more than the other.

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