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Is keeping the family home the best option?

During a divorce settlement, deciding to keep or sell the family home can be a heartbreaking decision. For most people, their home is the largest asset they own. Property division is one of many issues couples face in a divorce case. In a Collaborati… Read More
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Couple sitting on bed with their backs facing each other. They are having problems in marriage and are considering a Do It Yourself Divorce.

Why a Do It Yourself Divorce Will Actually Cost You

Divorce can be a difficult, painful, and sometimes expensive process. How people go through a divorce can make it less painful, but people may try to save money by doing it themselves. While a do-it-yourself divorce is entirely possible under Minneso… Read More
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Happy single father tying his son's shoelaces before school in the morning. Adorable mixed race little boy carrying a backpack and getting help from his single parent.

Divorce Tips for Minnesota Dads

Divorce marks the end of a marriage, but other relationships continue long after the papers are signed and the divorce is finalized. When a divorcing couple has children, divorce means that their relationship will change from spouses to co-parents. O… Read More
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Elderly couple fighting considering a divorce later in life also known as a gray divorce.

What Is a “Gray Divorce”

Going through a divorce is difficult and painful at any age. An increasing number of people are choosing to get divorced later in life, sometimes after decades of marriage. As the youngest Baby Boomers approach 60, and GenXers enter their 50s, this t… Read More
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Excited little boy and girl having fun with mother riding amusement park roller coaster

Co-Parenting: Advice for Summer Vacation

As summer vacation approaches, kids are getting excited about having several months out of school, and parents are looking forward to having more time with their children. Co-parenting in the summer in Minnesota often involves extended periods of par… Read More
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Practice Self-Compassion in a Mindful Divorce

Divorce can affect both mental and physical health because of emotions and feelings like stress, grief, anger, and blame. These feelings may be directed both outward to a spouse or inward to oneself. When these emotions overwhelm a person, the negati… Read More
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Low Conflict Divorce Guidelines

It serves everyone’s best interests to keep a divorce case as amicable as possible. Divorce can bring out profoundly negative feelings and maintaining a sense of civility between parties can become a strain. Divorcing spouses often feel more conten… Read More
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Tell kids about divorce

How to Tell Your Kids About Divorce

Once it is clear that you and your spouse are going to divorce, you will need to let your kids know what is happening. Telling the kids is one of the hardest parts of the entire divorce process, but it might also be the most important. Your kids will… Read More
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10 Social Media Tips During a Divorce

Here are my top 10 tips to keep in mind about social media during divorce: 1. Change your passwords to all your online accounts if you and your spouse have shared a computer. Consider removing your spouse as a friend who has access to your posts... Read More
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