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Considering the family business in your high-asset divorce

When couples marry, they normally begin to slowly combine their efforts into a single, unified and shared mission. This is especially true of married couples who start family businesses and then operate those companies together. These so-called "closely held" businesses are the source of many hotly contested battles during high-asset divorces.

Think of a premarital agreement as a business life preserver

Many people refuse to ask their partners for premarital agreements for the wrong reasons. Some people feel as though requesting an agreement prior to marriage somehow indicates a lack of resolve regarding the union of both estates. Others simply think that a premarital agreement conveys a rather unseemly focus on money rather than romantic interest. However, the reality is that a premarital agreement should be viewed less as a tool to protect one's separate interests and instead seen as a way to ensure the continuation of your family and business.

How can a guardian ad litem affect my child custody case?

Understanding the concept of "best interests of the child" is probably the most important thing that divorcing parents of children need to know. Imagine your child's best interests as a set of eyeglasses. Minnesota Family Court judges will wear those eyeglasses during your child custody case and view everything presented to them through those lenses.

Proposed change in law may offer hope for grandparents’ rights

Minnesota recognizes that grandparents often play a crucial role in the development of their grandchildren. Grandparents often provide much-needed stability and emotional support which can prove especially beneficial to grandchildren with parents going through divorce.

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