FAQs Written by Professionals in Minnesota Divorce
This podcast explains what parental alienation is, how and why it happens, and offers strategies for preventing or recovering from parental alienation.
The US has treated spousal support as taxable income to the recipient and tax-deductible for the payor for the last 75 years. However, the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act scraps this deduction for anyone who signs a separation agreement or gets divorced after 2018.
Many fathers believe that the family court system rigged against them: that gender bias still exists when it comes to child custody. If this is true, how can fathers protect their bond with their children after divorce?
I share custody with my ex-wife. She struggles with alcohol dependency and I’m worried about my kids while they’re with her. Is there anything I can do?
Learn how to protect your spousal support income in the event your ex-spouse dies or becomes disabled.
Learn how taxes could affect the spousal support (alimony) you'll be paying or receiving.
This short video will help you understand how spousal support, also known as alimony or maintenance, is supposed to work.
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