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Collaborative Divorce Benefits Both Parties
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Collaborative Divorce Benefits Both Parties

Divorce is difficult for all parties. Collaborative divorce removes the red tape surrounding the dissolution of a marriage by coming to an agreement outside of the courtroom.  Attorneys, financial neutrals, and mental health professionals trained in the collaborative process work with the family to reach

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5 Things You Need to Know About Minnesota Divorce Law

Divorce laws are very specific from one state to another. The requirements for a state like Minnesota can differ greatly than those of a state like Florida, especially when it comes to things like property distribution and process serving requirements. Here are the 5 things you need

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Big Change To Minnesota Child Support in August

Beginning August 1st the formula for calculating monthly child support in Minnesota will change. Currently, the shifts in child support are at three levels; parenting time during the month below 10%, between 10%-45.1% and above 45.1%. The problem with this structure, referred to as the

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5 Pieces of Divorce Advice That You Need to Hear

Going through a divorce can be mind-wrecking. It drains your energy, causes stress, and affects your mental well-being. This process isn’t just costly and time-consuming but bad for your health too. Researchers have linked divorce to anxiety and depression. Suddenly, you find yourself alone, struggling to get

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