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What happens to credit card debt in the event of a divorce?


When a couple in Minnesota decides to end their marriage, their assets and debts must be go through the property division process. When it comes to joint credit cards, this can be complex, as a credit card in some cases can be considered an asset and in other cases it can be considered a liability.

What will one's financial picture look like post-divorce?


Minnesota residents may be surprised to hear that since 1990, the divorce rate for couples over 50-years-old has doubled. This is especially significant because many of those couples are nearing retirement and have built up a significant amount of assets. There are ways, however, to preserve one's finances after a divorce.

Is there a 'perfect' time to file for divorce?


Some people in Minnesota may notice that certain months of the year have more divorce filings than others. For example, one study reports that August and March see the most divorce filings, while others report that January has so many divorce filings that "Divorce Monday" is a common occurrence experienced by many family law offices.

Cohabitation can affect spousal support in Minnesota


In the past, this blog has discussed what factors a Minnesota court may consider when awarding alimony. However, a law that took effect on August 1, 2016 may limit the circumstances in which an ex-spouse can receive spousal support if he or she cohabitates with another adult.

Cohabitation can affect spousal support in Minnesota


In the past, this blog has discussed what factors a Minnesota court may consider when awarding alimony. However, a law that took effect on August 1, 2016 may limit the circumstances in which an ex-spouse can receive spousal support if he or she cohabitates with another adult.

What are some forms involved in a Minnesota divorce?


Minnesota residents seeking a divorce may want the whole process over with as soon as possible, so they can move on with their lives. However, it is important to keep in mind that there are lot of steps in the divorce process that must be completed before the divorce can be finalized.

What are some forms involved in a Minnesota divorce?


Minnesota residents seeking a divorce may want the whole process over with as soon as possible, so they can move on with their lives. However, it is important to keep in mind that there are lot of steps in the divorce process that must be completed before the divorce can be finalized.

What factors may Minnesota courts consider when awarding alimony?


One hotly contested issue in many Minnesota divorces is that of spousal support -- also referred to as alimony. Some spouses may feel they shouldn't have to pay alimony, but other spouses may feel that such payments are necessary for them to get by financially. Fortunately, Minnesota statutes address the issue of alimony in a divorce.

What factors may Minnesota courts consider when awarding alimony?


One hotly contested issue in many Minnesota divorces is that of spousal support -- also referred to as alimony. Some spouses may feel they shouldn't have to pay alimony, but other spouses may feel that such payments are necessary for them to get by financially. Fortunately, Minnesota statutes address the issue of alimony in a divorce.

52.7 percent of marriages will end in divorce, study says


Many couples in Minnesota may wed with the idea that they will be with their partner until death. However, many factors can change an individual's life until they find that staying married with their partner is simply no longer feasible. In fact, the popular notion that about half of all marriages end in divorce has seen some recent support, at least according to one recent survey. Data from a survey preformed at the University of Maryland reports that, if current trends stay the same, 52.7 percent of marriages will end in divorce.

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