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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.

Property division in a divorce is not as simple as it might seem


Last week this blog covered the factors that Minnesota courts may consider when determining how to appropriately divide a couple's property in a divorce. However, not all couples need to go before a judge to have such decisions made. Sometimes they may be able to reach an out-of-court agreement regarding the division of assets, which could save them time and money, and may be less stressful than litigation.

Property division in a divorce is not as simple as it might seem


Last week this blog covered the factors that Minnesota courts may consider when determining how to appropriately divide a couple's property in a divorce. However, not all couples need to go before a judge to have such decisions made. Sometimes they may be able to reach an out-of-court agreement regarding the division of assets, which could save them time and money, and may be less stressful than litigation.

What factors are considered when dividing property in Minnesota?


Couples getting a divorce may find that it is more complicated than they may have initially expected. Not only will decisions regarding child custody, spousal support and child support need to be made, but the couple will also have to divide their marital property -- that is, property gained during the course of the marriage or paid for with marital funds.

What factors are considered when dividing property in Minnesota?


Couples getting a divorce may find that it is more complicated than they may have initially expected. Not only will decisions regarding child custody, spousal support and child support need to be made, but the couple will also have to divide their marital property -- that is, property gained during the course of the marriage or paid for with marital funds.

Tips for parenting after divorce with a high-conflict ex

Although reaching an amicable divorce is a noble goal, especially when a couple in Minnesota has children, it is the unfortunate fact that sometimes one’s ex has a personality disorder or a high-conflict personality that makes co-parenting very difficult. In the end, it is important to try to reduce the conflict to which the children are exposed. What are some tips for parents who are dealing with a high-conflict ex after a divorce?

Tips for parenting after divorce with a high-conflict ex

Although reaching an amicable divorce is a noble goal, especially when a couple in Minnesota has children, it is the unfortunate fact that sometimes one’s ex has a personality disorder or a high-conflict personality that makes co-parenting very difficult. In the end, it is important to try to reduce the conflict to which the children are exposed. What are some tips for parents who are dealing with a high-conflict ex after a divorce?

Understanding how to prepare for court during a divorce


For a number of Minnesota residents, it is possible that the divorce process is their first interaction with the court system. Because divorce can be a stressful time, many divorcing individuals may wonder what to expect, what to do and how to act in court. The time a divorcing couple spends in court can, of course, impact the outcome of the divorce, which is why understanding the importance of the court process is helpful for anyone navigating the potentially challenging process of divorce.

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