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How Thrift Savings Plan accounts are divided during divorce


The end of a marriage is more than just two people parting for good. It is also about splitting their property. Property division is an integral part of divorce in every state, including Minnesota. As part of that, retirement benefits may be divided by court order. These benefits can include federal Thrift Savings Plans.

How can a Domestic Asset Protection Trust help during divorce?

Divorces have the power not only to separate the family, but also to lead to a division of the finances. Some couples create a prenuptial agreement, which outlines the difference in the vastness of their assets, but many couples in Maple Grove, Minnesota, as well as in other parts of the United States, find it to be an uncomfortable topic. Furthermore, a prenuptial agreement is often invalidated in court. Even when a prenuptial agreement is valid, having to pay a large sum in legal fees becomes a reality.

How can a Domestic Asset Protection Trust help during divorce?

Divorces have the power not only to separate the family, but also to lead to a division of the finances. Some couples create a prenuptial agreement, which outlines the difference in the vastness of their assets, but many couples in Maple Grove, Minnesota, as well as in other parts of the United States, find it to be an uncomfortable topic. Furthermore, a prenuptial agreement is often invalidated in court. Even when a prenuptial agreement is valid, having to pay a large sum in legal fees becomes a reality.

Should you create a DAPT to protect assets in property division?

Divorce can bring with it some complicated legal issues, including property division, which can cause major dissension. While prenuptial agreements have been traditionally preferred for resolving property division disputes in the event of a divorce, they still have their limitations.

Should you create a DAPT to protect assets in property division?

Divorce can bring with it some complicated legal issues, including property division, which can cause major dissension. While prenuptial agreements have been traditionally preferred for resolving property division disputes in the event of a divorce, they still have their limitations.

What should a Minnesota resident do before announcing a divorce?


Divorce may be one of the most psychologically and emotionally traumatic events for many Minnesota residents, as well as people throughout the United States. One of the major emotional issues during a divorce may be the bitterness that develops between estranged couples. But, planning ahead to resolve these issues, as well as ones that may pertain to significant assets or matters relating to child custody, may be crucial in arriving at an amicable settlement.

What should a Minnesota resident do before announcing a divorce?


Divorce may be one of the most psychologically and emotionally traumatic events for many Minnesota residents, as well as people throughout the United States. One of the major emotional issues during a divorce may be the bitterness that develops between estranged couples. But, planning ahead to resolve these issues, as well as ones that may pertain to significant assets or matters relating to child custody, may be crucial in arriving at an amicable settlement.

Divorcing in Minnesota? Consider speaking with us for options


A couple going through a divorce confronts a wide range of emotions, not all of which are grounded in love. True, hearts do break when a marriage falls apart, but the financial impact of a divorce can break more than your heart. The many aspects that must be settled in a divorce include property division, spousal support and child support, which all come with the potential to break your financial well-being.

Divorcing in Minnesota? Consider speaking with us for options


A couple going through a divorce confronts a wide range of emotions, not all of which are grounded in love. True, hearts do break when a marriage falls apart, but the financial impact of a divorce can break more than your heart. The many aspects that must be settled in a divorce include property division, spousal support and child support, which all come with the potential to break your financial well-being.

Using early neutral evaluation to resolve divorce legal issues


Early neutral evaluation is an alternative dispute resolution process followed in Minnesota that is used to resolve divorce legal issues. This is a high-quality, confidential, prompt, affordable and voluntary process that is focused on reaching a satisfactory settlement for the parties. Unmarried parents, parents who are filing for divorce or custody and parents who already have a custody decree, but now have a dispute, can participate in this process.

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