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Real estate that must be listed during a Minnesota divorce

Property division can be one of the most difficult areas to settle during a divorce. There can be many reasons for these disputes, including the desire of both parties to remain at their primary residence and the possibility that the couple owned several different kinds of property. However, Minnesota law is very explicit about real estate property incorporated in a divorce, and courts insist that all types of real estate are listed in official divorce papers.

What factors help determine property division in Minnesota?

There are many issues at stake whenever a couple decides to seek a divorce. Even if the separation is amicable, thorny issues such as alimony, child support and property division can complicate the process. However, Minnesota courts use a variety of factors in order to decide what is fair and equitable property division. But exactly what property division factors does a court utilize when deciding this very important issue?

Grounds for annulling a marriage in Minnesota

Human beings often make mistakes in life, from choosing the wrong school or job to even choosing the wrong partner in life. However, if someone realizes that their marriage is failing, they can choose to end it. While divorce is the most common method to end a marriage, annulment can sometimes also be an option.

Actress Halle Berry announces divorce

When people in Minnesota plan on getting married, they often plan on a lifetime together. Romantics may actually believe that they will spend the rest of their lives with their spouse. But, in reality, divorce is a serious possibility for many couples. No matter how glamorous, how wealthy or how in love a couple appears to be, no one is immune from divorce.

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