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Divorce: Take one step at a time to cope

Perhaps you thought that you would be able to resolve your marital problems. If you recently learned that your spouse was filing for a Minnesota divorce, the news might have hit you like a ton of bricks.  Now, whatever you might have imagined for your future is likely to change because you will no longer be sharing a household with the same person.

Read this before requesting alimony

As 2019 nears its end, many Minnesota married couples are making plans for the new year. Some may be starting new jobs or relocating. Others may be among those who have determined that their marital relationships are no longer sustainable, so they are filing for divorce. Many who are part of the latter group may be especially concerned about alimony.

Dividing marital property in Minnesota

Going through a divorce inevitably means that you will have to divide any property that you have acquired during your marriage. This can be one of the most contentious aspects of any divorce since the consequences of the asset division process will affect you and your children's financial future in the years to come. This is why you must pay close attention to the asset division process before taking action to file for divorce.

Make teachers aware of your child custody plan

It is not uncommon for students in Minnesota schools to come from single-parent households. In fact, some kids have parents who have divorced, then remarried and divorced again. It is important for co-parents to agree on a plan for child custody exchanges, especially when a pickup or drop-off is going to take place at a child's school.

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