In Minnesota divorce, valuing and dividing retirement assets can be complex, and it is important that the QDRO be prepared by a competent, experienced attorney. Call attorney Daniel Fiskum, Esq., and Minnetonka Family Law now for a free divorce case analysis. (952) 270-7700.
There are some things about divorcing in Minnesota that are very predictable. There are some things about divorcing in Minnesota that are very unpredictable. Child Custody and Parenting Time: More often than not, the custody and parenting time arrangement resembles the parenting contributions of each party prior to the divorce. If one parent was clearly [...]
People occasionally ask me how long they need to reside in Minnesota before they can file for divorce in Minnesota. The answer is 180 days (which is six months). You have to have resided in Minnesota for six months before you can file for divorce here. If you have moved to Minnesota from another state, that [...]