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My Spouse Won’t Agree to Mediation — What Can I Do?

Divorce litigation can be a lengthy process, and it doesn’t always result in the best outcome. Due to the cost-effectiveness and low-conflict approach utilized, alternative dispute resolution methods such as mediation and collaborative divorce have… Read More
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One of the beneficial aspects of collaborative divorce is that it can be done via virtual meeting platforms from anywhere.

Location is Not an Issue in Collaborative Divorce

If you are considering divorce, there are several different methods that can be used. One way to divorce that has become increasingly popular as a result of the pandemic is collaborative divorce. The collaborative process does not involve going to co… Read More
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Debt and Divorce: Am I Responsible for my Spouse’s Debt?

Under Minnesota family law, a spouse is not responsible for their spouse’s debt unless they are a co-signer, with a few exceptions. Spouses and their attorneys must look closely at all of their debts to determine who is responsible for paying them… Read More
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Getting a Divorce When You Have a Special Needs Child

When a marriage is dissolved, it can take a major toll on parents and their children. However, when there is a special needs child involved there are additional issues that need to be addressed. Parents must be willing to work collaboratively on thes… Read More
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Collaborative Divorce vs. Mediation

Collaborative Divorce vs. Mediation: Choosing What’s Best for Your Situation

Minnesota family law provides several forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) that let you keep your divorce out of the regular court system. In divorce mediation, a neutral third party works with both of you to help you reach agreements on the… Read More
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Divorce Mediation

Tips for a Successful Divorce Mediation

If you are involved in a divorce in Minnesota, a skilled mediator and a divorce mediation attorney can help you make the most of the process. Read More
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Louise was quoted in a blog article

I was recently quoted in a blog written by Jennifer Moshier from Arizona and thought it was a great article about Collaborative practice in family law matters that might be helpful for people thinking about divorce. Both Jennifer and I practice the C… Read More
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5 Rules for Facebook during Divorce

Facebook is such a handy way to communicate what is going on in your life. It is a quick way to communicate life changes, events, accomplishments and information to people. And then people let you know they hear your news and can respond with a comme… Read More
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