When parents get divorced, they have several details about the future to work out. Your family structure will be changing, and you’ll need to adjust to some major life changes.
Sometimes we get in the mindset of all divorces being adversarial because of the way the media often portrays them, but nothing could be further from the truth. Every divorce is different, and there’s no master set of blueprints to follow. If you’re on good terms with your spouse and you’re planning to divorce, there’s […]
A Q&A With Allison Maxim: Working with a Settlement-Oriented Lawyer The phrase “settlement-oriented lawyer” confuses some people. So, I sat down with someone to explain what it means, why it’s important, and how using a settlement lawyer can benefit them in their divorce. The transcript of our Q-and-A looks into the many advantages of finding […]
Getting a divorce can be a complicated process under the best of circumstances: custody, visitation (called “parenting time” in Minnesota), support of children, spousal support, even who will take the family’s beloved pet all can become thorny issues to settle as part of the final decree. But when there are substantial assets to be divided, […]
Custody Rights in Interstate Divorce Going through a divorce when children are involved is difficult enough on both the parents and the kids. But when the parents end up living in different states, it can seem overwhelmingly complicated to agree on a key issue such as child visitation and custody rights. As an interstate family […]