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Is Minnesota a Community Property State?

A community property state is a state in which the law provides that all marital property is divided equally between spouses during a divorce proceeding. This means, in effect, that
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How Is Alimony Calculated in Minnesota?

Numerous states have set formulas for calculating alimony (aka spousal maintenance). However, unlike child support, Minnesota does not have a spousal maintenance formula.  Generally speaking, in Minnesota, alimony is calculated
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How Is Child Support Calculated in Minnesota?

Child support is an award determined by the Court in a dissolution, legal separation, custody, or paternity proceeding, and provides for the care, support, and education of the minor child/children.
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Can I File for Divorce in Another State?

Depending on a state’s residency requirements, generally, parties can be divorced in any state that they are residing in so long as they meet the residency requirements or any other
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If My Spouse Does Not Agree to a Divorce, Can We Still Get Divorced?

It is not uncommon for spouses to disagree on whether or not to proceed with a divorce. Under Minnesota law, both parties do not need to agree to move forward
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How Does an Affair Affect Divorce in Minnesota?

fMinnesota is a “no fault” state when it comes to divorce. This means that neither party needs a specific reason to ask the Court for a divorce, other than simply
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Domestic Abuse Amid Shelter in Place Order

Domestic Abuse Amid Shelter in Place Order Staying home has become essential to curb the spread of the Coronavirus. For many, staying at home amid a pandemic is the safest
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Custody and Parenting Time during COVID-19

Many parents are feeling a variety of emotions right now including fear, anxiety, stress, and an overwhelming sense of chaos at home. Some parents have quickly become home school teachers,
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Why Can’t My Spouse and I Share a Divorce Attorney?

You may be thinking… my spouse and I agree on every issue AND we want to save money, so can we share a divorce attorney? No. You and your spouse
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