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Taking the Good with the Bad: Property Division in Divorce

In a divorce the court will not only divide the marital assets between the spouses (the good), but will also equitably divide the debts and liabilities (the bad). When negotiating a division of debt, it is important to know which spouse is legally liable to the creditor for the debt.

Alimony: Support in times of need

Thumbnail image for Derek Trosvig.jpgSpousal maintenance (commonly referred to as alimony) is an award made during a dissolution of marriage (divorce) or legal separation proceeding whereby one spouse is ordered to pay the other spouse money out of future earnings to assist in providing for his or her needs. Spousal maintenance may be ordered on a permanent or temporary basis.

Grandparent Visitation: Strengthening Family Ties

Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Derek Trosvig.jpgThe holiday season will soon be upon us. This is a time of year that is filled with traditions such as holiday baking, special meals, gift giving, decorating, and gatherings of family and friends. As you reflect on the holidays you enjoyed as a youth, do memories of spending time with your grandparents make you smile? 

Marital Property in Divorce: Dealing with Division

Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Derek Trosvig.jpgMinnesota is a "no fault" divorce state, which means courts will not financially punish or reward a party when dividing assets and debts because of bad behavior during the marriage.  Generally speaking, the courts will equitably divide the marital assets and liabilities between the parties. That means spouses need to understand what is marital property.

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