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May 2017 Archives

The problem with judging mothers with non-custodial status

In the state of Minnesota and other states across the nation, there are some presumptions surrounding the child custody process. While divorce can spark many issues and disputes, many divorcing parents seek joint custody arrangements for the benefit and best interests of their children. In cases where there is primary custody, there is an ongoing presumption that the mother will gain the status of custodial parent. However, this is not always the case.

Avoiding financial mistakes during a high asset divorce

The end of a marriage can be a rough time for any couple. This can be especially true for wealthy couples A high asset divorce often means taking the time to assess all personal and marital assets and property. This can be a complex process, and if a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement is not in place, it could be a lengthy property division procedure as many couples dispute over who gets what.

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