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June 2013 Archives

Should Minnesota reform its alimony laws?

The outcome of most divorces in today's society has been drastically different from what they once were. Traditionally women would typically get custody of the kids while the dad would pay the mother child support and alimony payments while rarely seeing the children. But with more women in the workplace and different trends in marriage, many Minnesota residents are considering reforming the current laws on Alimony.

Study: 1 in 3 women experience domestic abuse

According to a new study, one in three women has experienced sexual or physical violence in their life, most likely from their intimate partner. Entering a relationship can often be a fun and rewarding experience for many but after time, signs of abuse may present themselves. Nearly 40 percent of all murdered women were killed by their intimate partner; a troubling percentage for Minnesota women.

Prenuptial agreements: An insurance policy for marriage?

Getting married to someone is one of the biggest commitments a Minnesota resident can make in their lifetime. Marriage is essentially a contract that does not expire until death. Just like most contracts, there is a way to terminate it early, but it often comes with consequences. Ending a marriage prematurely can often come with several negative emotional and financial drawbacks including property division, spousal maintenance and in some cases, child support. However, for individuals with a prenuptial agreement, many of divorce's issues are alleviated.

Prenuptial agreements: An insurance policy for marriage?

Getting married to someone is one of the biggest commitments a Minnesota resident can make in their lifetime. Marriage is essentially a contract that does not expire until death. Just like most contracts, there is a way to terminate it early, but it often comes with consequences. Ending a marriage prematurely can often come with several negative emotional and financial drawbacks including property division, spousal maintenance and in some cases, child support. However, for individuals with a prenuptial agreement, many of divorce's issues are alleviated.

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