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Understanding Tax Credits When You Have Children

There are many reasons that divorcing or separating parents argue over custody of their children. While gaining a tax advantage may not be the primary… Read More
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How Long After a Divorce Can You Remarry?

After a divorce, many people vow never to get married again. Some keep that promise to themselves, and others change their minds when they meet the ri… Read More
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How to Handle Divorcing a Narcissist

Many factors can complicate a divorce, but the goal of both spouses is usually to get through the process with as little stress and drama as possible.… Read More
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Tips for Getting a Divorce Without a Lawyer

Most divorce lawyers will tell you that getting a divorce without a lawyer is a terrible idea. Now, coming from people who make their living helping p… Read More
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Divorce Mediation Tips for Success

At Mundahl Law, we are big believers in family mediation, especially in divorce. Divorce mediation is almost always less stressful and less expensive… Read More
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No-Fault Divorce in Minnesota: What You Need to Know

No-fault divorce has been around in Minnesota since 1974,  and the term is familiar to most people. Yet most people don’t think about what “no-fa… Read More
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Divorce Settlement Agreement vs. Divorce Trial

There are two ways to get a divorce in Minnesota: reach a settlement agreement sometimes called a Marital Termination Agreement at some point in the d… Read More
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How to Stay Married

It might seem counterintuitive for a divorce attorney to want to give advice on how to stay married. After all, as family law attorneys, most of our b… Read More
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Dealing With Your Spouse’s Anger During Divorce

Divorce is a time when emotions run high—to put it mildly. Whether or not you chose the divorce, you can expect to feel everything from sorrow, rage… Read More
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Tips for Using Zoom and Other Video Conferencing Software

As we continue to move forward forging a “new normal,” it seems that video conferencing is here to stay. Whether for business, educational, or per… Read More
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How Does Your Attorney’s Bias Affect Your Divorce Settlement?

If you Google the phrase “attorney bias in divorce,” you will (as of this writing) get exactly zero exact hits. Judicial bias in divorce? Lots of… Read More
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Co-Parenting Through Family Changes

A client once said to me, “Life is like a video game: you master the challenges on the level where you are, and then you level up, and everything ge… Read More
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Five Divorce Survival Tips for Dads

Divorce ends a marriage, but it shouldn’t end a relationship between a parent and children. For too many fathers, unfortunately, divorce causes the… Read More
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Can You Trust Your Spouse in Your Divorce

Can you trust your spouse in your divorce? In some cases, the answer is an obvious “no.” Your spouse has proven untrustworthy during the… Read More
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Divorce in the 21st Century: Do you Still Need a Lawyer?

The internet has made a lot of things easier to do without the help of a professional, like buy life insurance or book a vacation. Many websites and s… Read More
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