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Minnesota Property Division

How Property Division is Handled in Minnesota

Property division is often a sticking point between spouses as they go through divorce proceedings in Minnesota. When divorcing spouses cannot agree to property division terms, the courts make decisions regarding debt and asset division matters. If property division and other divorce terms are going

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Spousal Maintenance

How Spousal Maintenance is Determined in Colorado

Couples do not generally enter into a marriage planning to eventually divorce. They often combine their finances and make career and monetary decisions based on what is best for their family as a whole. Unfortunately, when couples divorce, oftentimes, spouses do not have equal income

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Colorado Divorce Law

What Does A No-Fault Divorce Mean In Colorado?

Like the majority of states in the U.S., Colorado is a no-fault divorce state. Divorces are simplified in no-fault divorce states because spouses do not have to present evidence of marital misconduct to prove grounds for divorce. A dissolution of marriage is granted when one

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Minnesota Divorce Law

Considering a Divorce in Minnesota? You Have Options

Divorce in Minnesota is a legal proceeding in family court that finalizes the end of a marriage. The result is a court-ordered distribution of marital assets and debts as well as any needed spousal support, child support, and child custody arrangements. To divorce in Minnesota,

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Colorado Divorce Law

The Divorce Process in Colorado & What to Expect

Getting a divorce can be a highly-emotional and nerve-wracking experience. Sometimes it is helpful to have an outline of the procedure to take some of the fear out of the unknown. The following is a simplified overview of the divorce process in Colorado and basic

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