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Minnesota experts help individuals avoid divorce pitfalls

Divorce proceedings are often stereotyped as a money grab. From the outside looking in, bystanders justifiably characterize the process as an all-out fight for the biggest piece of the pie. The generalization, though, is something local St. Paul lawyers are aggressively seeking to change.

Book gets Minnesotans talking about divorce

French economist, Thomas Piketty, is receiving world-wide attention after publishing a book titled, "Capital in the Twenty-First Century." According to reports, the book posits that capitalism may grow out of fashion in the future. While the assertion is sure to ruffle feathers here in capitalistic America, his book does raise other issues, which have sparked a constructive conversation.

Minnesota's Prospective Divorcees Advised on Temporary Orders

At this point, it is a cliché to say that the divorce process is stressful. Multiple factors play into this stress. One of the biggest, however, is financial uncertainty. After all, a prospective divorcee is going from two incomes and one home to one income and potentially supporting two homes. The long-term concerns, though, are sometimes dwarfed by the here and now.

Minnesota child custody issues after child turns parents in

Last month, a 9-year-old girl walked into the police station in Barnesville, Minnesota, and calmly told police that her parents were growing marijuana in the crawl space of their house. According to the girl, the pot made her feel sick, and she was worried about its effect on the health of her dogs.

Minnesota man puts gray divorce into context

The New York Times recently ran a story on the growing trend of so-called "gray divorces" between married couples aged 50 or older. According to recent studies, such divorces have doubled since 1990 and are expected to reach approximately 800,000 per year by 2030. The significance of a gray divorce was put into context in the article by following the experience of a 61-year-old Minnesota man.

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