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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.

Unlike other types of litigation, divorce is not a finite event. Rather, it has a significant impact on the rest of your life. From long-term relationships with your children to accumulating assets for retirement, a divorce can materially affect some of life's most important issues.

Too often, divorcees get caught up in the trees. They draw a line in the sand and stubbornly refuse to give an inch when it comes to something as relatively trivial as airline miles or the family suburban. This is why local experts are hoping to help divorcees through the process by allowing them to focus on the big picture.

Long-term goals and short-term needs should come together to form a general picture of what you want to get out of a divorce. From there, local St. Paul lawyers can help you efficiently administer the divorce proceedings to ensure all of your priorities are met.

This is not to say that an important family artifact or critical holiday time with a kid should be forfeited. Rather, by taking a comprehensive approach into your divorce, you will avoid the notorious money-grab divorce proceedings we have all heard about in divorcees' horror stories.

No matter your priorities, whether it is spousal support and alimony or retirement funds and parenting time, local St. Paul family law lawyers can help you see the big picture. This aid can help you come out on the other end of your divorce ready and able to be successful.

Source: Market Watch, "Divorce Isn't Just About the Money Grab," Larry Stein, July 28, 2014

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