Personal Injury Settlements: Marital Or Non-Marital Property Under Minnesota Law?

Minnesota divorce statutes distinguish between marital and non-marital property. Marital property involves property acquired during the marriage, while non-marital property involves an asset that was brought into the marriage or received as an inheritance or gift to one spouse but not the other during the marriage. I'm often asked how Minnesota law treats a personal injury settlement. The answer rests in the nature of the recovery. In … Read More