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Equitable distribution in Minnesota

For Minnesota residents who are about to enter into a divorce, there are many questions that may weigh heavy on their minds. For some, it is important that they obtain spousal support, so that they can continue to enjoy the same quality of life they were accustomed to before giving up a career to raise the family. For others, it may be important to ensure that child custody cases play out a certain way so that the best interests of the child are protected.

Prenuptial agreements can be difficult

Minnesota residents may remember a recent blog in which the ways prenuptial agreements can help were discussed. However, as with anything in life, nothing is ever truly all positive. Prenuptial agreements, like anything else, can have their downsides. Of course, there are many ways in which prenuptial agreements can offer valuable protections for soon to be married couples who want to protect their assets. But sometimes, couples may want to look at the potential cons before signing an agreement.

Who is entitled to spousal support?

Divorce involves many different elements and every divorce case is different. Minnesota residents who are going through a divorce have a lot to think about. After all, life before and after divorce can look very different. Sometimes, it can be an adjustment returning to life as a single person. Plus, there are many other day-to-day changes that can take a while to get used to.

Types of child custody in Minnesota

When it comes to divorce in Minnesota, there are many issues that may weigh heavy on the minds of separating spouses. Property division issues, such as who will get to keep the house, car or cabin, can play a big role. Alimony can also be another source of contention with regards to whether or not alimony is appropriate, and how much is owed. But of all the divorce issues divorcing parents face, those involving children are usually the most important.

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