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What to Know About Uncontested Divorce in Minnesota

There are some circumstances in which a divorcing couple is able to process their divorce without a whole lot of conflict and court appearances. If you and your spouse are able to sit down, negotiate amicably and work out the terms of your divorce efficiently, you could seek an uncontested divorce. The benefit of an Read More

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Can Workers’ Compensation Affect Child Support?

If you were injured on the job and receive workers’ compensation benefits, this money could potentially impact the division of your assets and your child support arrangements during a divorce. The way in which that award would affect your divorce can vary based on how your state treats workers’ compensation. For example, workers’ compensation may Read More

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The Truth Behind Common Child Support Myths

There are many myths that surround child support in divorce proceedings, including misconceptions on how judges determine support arrangements and responsibilities for payments. We’ve collected a few of the most common myths about child support we’ve come across to set the record straight. MYTH: If the parties agree, child support can be waived. Even in Read More

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How Does Back Child Support Work?

A person who does not make child support payments in accordance with the court order will still be held responsible for fulfilling their support responsibilities. In some cases, back child support payments may also include interest charges and other fees added on top of the money owed. States typically have jurisdiction over handling back child Read More

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Monitoring Where Your Child Support Payments Go

There are some circumstances in which a person paying child support may attempt to argue that the recipient of the money is misusing the funds intended to go toward raising the children. It is fairly common, for example, for payers to argue the recipient is living off those payments and not seeking employment of his Read More

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By the Numbers: Child Support in America

People pay billions of dollars’ worth of child support every year in the United States. Below are some data and statistics you might find interesting on this issue: There are approximately 4 million single custodial parents living in the United States, about half of whom (48.7 percent) have an informal or legal child support agreement Read More

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What You Can Do if Your Child Support Isn’t Enough

When issuing orders related to child support, courts aim to ensure children have the financial support they need until they reach adulthood. However, there are many instances in which the amount of support awarded is not sufficient to provide for the children in question. If you are the recipient of child support and this is Read More

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Tribal Child Custody Battles Subject of Lawsuit Against Minnesota Organizations

The plaintiffs in a lawsuit filed against Minnesota Department of Human Services and Scott County alleges violations of federal law occurred when the agencies passed child custody cases to Indian tribal courts without the consent of parents. The lawsuit points to two recent cases in which one parent was a member of the Mdwonkenen Sioux Read More

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Your Date of Separation Could Affect Property Division

If you and your spouse separated before your divorce, the date of that separation could have an impact on issues of property division, child support and alimony. The definition of the “date of separation” may vary depending on where you are from, but most of the time it is the date the spouses no longer Read More

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Frequently Asked Questions About How Divorce Affects Taxes

Are you wondering how your divorce could affect your upcoming tax return? Below are answers to some frequently asked questions we receive related to how divorce affects taxes: Q: My spouse and I have been separated for months. Can we file as single people? You can only file as single if you are legally divorced. Read More

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