There are a number of issues involved in dividing the assets and debts of the parties to a divorce, including valuation methods and determining what is "marital" and what is "non-marital." Minnesota law generally provides for an equitable (almost always equal) division of marital property.

If you’re one of Minnesota’s nearly 80,000 farmers, you face unique joys and challenges in all aspects of life — including marriage and divorce. While there’s no such thing as an easy divorce, the process can be particularly complicated when shared agricultural property and equipment are at stake. Keep the following considerations in mind as

If you are currently pursuing a divorce in Minnesota, you’re probably worried about your financial future. Spousal maintenance is a huge concern, of course, but property division also threatens to harm your financial status. Who gets the house? How will you divide retirement assets? Read on to learn more about property division proceedings in the

During a high net worth divorce, or when a couple has complex finances that need to be divided, a forensic accountant assesses the value of marital assets and debts to prepare to divide property. The accountant’s work and testimony can be used in court to ensure an equitable outcome.

Types of Assets Assessed

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You made a painful decision to end your marriage after months of therapy and emotional conversations. You’re coming to terms, emotionally, with the idea of separating, and now you need to split up your assets and debts. How can you ensure this process goes fairly? What if you’re worried that your spouse’s grip on the

Divorce challenges those caught in the middle in surprising and unpredictable ways. Whether your husband blindsided you by revealing that he had been having an affair with someone at work, or you and your spouse separated after less than a year, after realizing that the relationship had no enduring foundation, you likely have a lot