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Children's Bill of Rights

Children’s Bill of Rights We the children of the divorcing parents, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings… Read More
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Ten Good Reasons to Settle Your Divorce

Like death and taxes, divorce is a fact of modern life. There are many good reasons to settle one’s divorce without a trial, here are our Top 10 Reasons to Settle Your Divorce:  Divorce does not eliminate joint debts.  Some people apparently th… Read More
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Tips for Witnesses

Many of those who have been called to testify in a court or jury trial often find it difficult to feel at ease on the big day.  Your anxiety about appearing as a witness in court could damage what may be a crucial testimony for your case.  The test… Read More
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Jan
6
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-fault” divorce means until they are in the process of seeking a divorce themselves. Let’s talk a l… Read More
Dec
22
There is an old joke that goes, “How much does a good divorce lawyer cost?” The answer: “Far less than a bad one.” The joke is funny because it’s true, but it’s true on more levels than most people realize. The implication of the joke is… Read More
Dec
7
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 divorce process, or go to trial. Many people enter the divorce process in a state of heightened emoti… Read More

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