At Fiskum Law Office, P.A., we can amend your divorce decree after you have already been divorced, so that it addresses parenting time problems and other issues that have arisen after the divorce. Please feel free to call attorney Daniel Fiskum, Esq., at (952) 270-7700 to schedule a free case analysis.
Often I am asked about which parent is entitled to claim the income tax dependency exemption for minor children after divorce. The answer is "it depends." In Minnesota, the divorce court may award the right to claim the income tax dependency exemption to either parent. Courts frequently allocate the exemptions equally, provide that both parents [...]
Often people ask me about how to divide retirement assets when they get divorced. As I've mentioned before, Minnesota is a marital property (or common law) divorce state. It is not a community property divorce state. (Most states are community property states. Minnesota is not.) In Minnesota, a division of assets is supposed to be [...]
After a divorce is over, one parent may want to move out of the State of Minnesota. That parent may have physical custody of the parties' minor children, and will probably want to bring the children along. Regardless of whether you are the person wanting to move with the children, or the person wanting the children [...]