In the year 2007 the child support laws in the State of Minnesota were changed to form a nexus between the amount of time that a parent has with a child and the amount of child support that the
We are often asked about how to successfully plan for retirement and whether the use of a will or trust is appropriate when doing so. Many different factors play into the answer to that
Minnesota divorce and other family law matters can cost a proverbial "arm and a leg" in the form of attorney's fees. This is especially the case if no agreement can be reached and the matter
If you are in a position where you will either have to pay child support or will be receiving child support, this article provides an overview of the child support laws in the state of Minnesota.
So you find yourself either contemplating divorce, or in the middle of a divorce in the State of Minnesota, and need to know what your rights are with regard to all the personal and real property
As a Minnesota divorce attorney, a question that is often posed to me by my divorce and child custody clients is, “Can't my spouse (or the other party) and I just agree to something on our own?”
If you are obtaining a divorce in Minnesota and you own a house, there are several factors that come into play as to whether you should pursue possession and eventual ownership of the house, or
With Thanksgiving a few days from now, and Christmas to follow shortly thereafter, tis the season for every family law attorney and Minnesota divorce attorney to start receiving the telephone calls