FAQs Written by Professionals in Minnesota Divorce
A divorce may be granted in Minnesota divorce law on the no-fault basis of irrevocable breakdown of the marriage relationship, shown by living separate and apart for 180 days or serious marital discord adversely affecting the attitude of one or both spouses.
The Happiness Amplification Project (HAP) is currently seeking volunteers to participate in short phone conversations to help improve their mood and promote happiness. They want you to vent – free of charge!
A divorce from someone with Narcissistic Personality Disorder isn't an ordinary divorce; this is a battle to protect your children, your livelihood, and your reputation.
Children shouldn't be caught in the middle when their parents are going through a divorce. During a high-conflict custody battle, keep these do's and don'ts in mind.
Successful stepparenting challenges you to take your character development to a higher level: to consider the importance of the parent-child relationship even when it may seem to undermine your own needs at times.
On April 1, 2016, you can attend the first online learning center for those thinking about divorce, going through a divorce, and moving on after a divorce.
When a party is charged with a DUI, it can greatly impact the divorce process. Here are four ways a DUI case can affect you and your spouse.
January is International Child-Centered Divorce Month. Although the month is drawing to a close, it’s a good reminder for parents who are trying to minimize the effect of divorce on their children.
After 20 years of marriage, a woman from New York recently found out her husband secretly divorced her months after getting married in an apparent attempt to protect his assets.
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