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Minnesota Divorce Resources

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Spousal Maintenance

What is Spousal Maintenance in Minnesota? Spousal Maintenance, formerly called alimony, is the award in a divorce or legal separation of payments from the future income or earnings of one spouse for the support of the other spouse. Regardless of gender, the court may...

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Attorney – Monticello, MN

Kay Snyder: Divorce Attorney in Monticello MN Filing for divorce is a major decision, and the process can be overwhelming. Whether you are dealing with the custody and future of your children, your home, or financial security, Kay Snyder is an attorney you can trust....

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Employment Presumptions in Minnesota for Child Support

Employment Presumptions in Minnesota for Child Support Previous blog posts addressed the presumptions under Minnesota law regarding custody and parenting time.  In addition to these important family law presumptions, when determining child support, Minnesota law...

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Minnesota Child Support Resources

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Employment Presumptions in Minnesota for Child Support

Employment Presumptions in Minnesota for Child Support Previous blog posts addressed the presumptions under Minnesota law regarding custody and parenting time.  In addition to these important family law presumptions, when determining child support, Minnesota law...

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Parenting Time Presumptions in Minnesota

When a parent thinks of family law issues involving his or her children, he or she often focuses on custody and child support.  But what often gets overlooked is parenting time. Formerly called visitation, Parenting Time refers to the amount of time a parent spends...

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Minnesota Child Custody & Parenting Time Resources

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Child Custody Presumptions in Minnesota

Child Custody Presumptions in Minnesota A recent blog post addressed the presumption under Minnesota law that a parent is entitled to have at least 25 percent of the parenting time with his or her child. There are other notable presumptions in family law that exist...

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Parenting Time Presumptions in Minnesota

When a parent thinks of family law issues involving his or her children, he or she often focuses on custody and child support.  But what often gets overlooked is parenting time. Formerly called visitation, Parenting Time refers to the amount of time a parent spends...

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Minnesota Elder Law Resources

  • LawHelpMN.org is a legal site that is for non-lawyers and has a many links to publications including Wills, Trusts, Probate, Guardianship, Conservatorship, Power of Attorney, Elder Abuse, Consumer Issues for Seniors, Housing, and Social Security.
  • Seniors Legal Rights is a handbook by the office of Minnesota Attorney General.

Minnesota Probate, Wills, and Estates Information

  • Probate and Planning: A Guide to Planning for the Future is a handbook published by the Minnesota Attorney General that contains information on wills, the probate process, living trusts, conservatorships, powers of attorney, health care directives, and planning a funeral.
  • LawHelpMN.org is a legal site that is for non-lawyers with information on wills, probate, and trusts.
  • Common Questions About Wills is a publication by Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid and Legal Services State Support that answers questions about wills.

Minnesota Guardianship and Conservatorship

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Intestacy and the Need for a Will

Intestacy and the Need for a Will Although planning for your death is often difficult emotionally, the importance of having an estate plan cannot be understated. This includes the importance of having a Will that addresses what will happen to your property (your...

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