Minnesota has two statutes that seemingly set the standard for courts to decide whether to modify an order for parenting time. Minnesota Statute Section 518.175 governs parenting time, and subdivision 5(b) provides that the court shall modify parenting time if the modification would not ...Read More
As I write this in December 2018, the news is being flooded with articles on farm bankruptcies and the looming crisis for farmers and their lenders due to various economic situations outside of each farmer’s control. Farm divorces are estimated to increase.
For anyone who ...Read More
It has been more than ten years since the Minnesota Supreme Court decided a case which addressed antenuptial agreements in a significant way. This May, in Kremer v. Kremer, the Supreme Court further clarified the standards which apply to antenuptial agreements which address both ...Read More
Farm families usually intend for the family farm, and the benefits and fruits of the family farm, to pass down to the next generations. Sometimes, however, things do not go as planned.
Divorce is a fact of life. For a farmer, the prospect of cutting ...Read More
In late December 2017, President Donald Trump signed into law the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. In addition to modifying the income tax brackets and numerous other tax provisions, the law significantly modified how spousal maintenance (alimony) payments are taxed at the ...Read More
A prenuptial agreement, or antenuptial agreement, is a legal contract entered into by two people before they marry. These agreements can be particularly important for a physician because in the unfortunate event of a future divorce, a prenuptial agreement can be a vital part ...Read More