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Divorce Settlement
Enforcing Divorce Settlements in Minnesota  We often find people having trouble with enforcing divorce settlements. When you finalized your divorce, you signed a settlement agreement. This is essentially a court-approved contract that outlines how your assets and debts should be split.   You also set up a schedule for items like alimony and child support. Whether...
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mediating a problem
What are Alternative Dispute Resolutions? Alternative Dispute Resolutions, or ADR, are alternative ways of resolving a problem in the hope that you can avoid a long, drawn-out court case, save money, and have a much less painful experience.  Unless you have a history of spousal abuse in Minnesota, you will be ordered to use ADR,...
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Legal Team Discussing in Conference Room
Thanks to TV and highly publicized divorces, many couples think a courtroom fight is the only way to discuss property division and finalize their divorce. This isn’t the case. Property division mediation is an option in cases that involve parties willing to negotiate, making it a great option for the division of marital property. Mediation...
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Legal Team Discussing in Conference Room
Not all divorces must involve difficult hearings in a courtroom. Mediation might be a viable option if you and your partner are willing to work amicably together towards a positive resolution. Preparing for Divorce Mediation: A Checklist If you’re considering mediation or you’re ready to prepare for the process, there are many steps to take....
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Sad Woman Talking to Man
The benefits of mediation are undeniable. Mediation can help you find the best possible solution to almost any family law problem, including divorce, custody disputes, child support spousal support and property division. Mediation can save time and money. It can also help all the parties involved feel invested in a positive future after the dispute...
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Divorce Mediation
During mediation, the critical conversations surrounding divorce or child custody are difficult at best. Emotions have a way of taking over and the legal jargon is nearly impossible to understand on your own. Those who choose to have these conversations without an experienced attorney in the room find themselves overwhelmed, perhaps making decisions they are...
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If you are going through a divorce in Minnesota, mediation can help you reach a resolution faster than the traditional, court process. It is especially cost-effective, efficient, and fair in cases when one spouse is no longer in the state or the country. If you believe that you and your spouse can come to an...
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Custody
Custody disputes do not have to begin at the front of the courtroom with a judge and his gavel. In fact, most custody disputes can be resolved rather quickly using mediation instead of taking it before the court. And, during an emotional time, it might be best to try a method that is more intimate...
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Man and Women Lawyers Going Over Legal Plan
Contrary to the popular belief of Hollywood filmmakers, divorce doesn’t always have to be a knockdown, drag-out fight between two people whose love for one another has withered away. In fact, many divorces resolve amicably, by two people who simply realized that a life together was no longer the best option for them. In these...
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Scissors Cutting Marriage Certificate
The end-of-year holidays often cause couples to forego making decisions about divorce. Whether it’s nostalgia, money or not wanting to upset the kids, it was easy to put off a decision. But now, reality sets in and bills from holiday spending start to roll in. Likewise, the New Year often brings with it a spike...
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