Research Project Using Minnesota Data Looks at When People are Likely to Divorce

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10th Jun 2016

A recent study in Business Insider, using census data from the Minnesota Population Center’s Integrated Public Microdata Sample project, has offered some insight into when people are most likely to file for a divorce. Researchers looked at the outcome of … more

Arguing with Your Spouse During Divorce May Impact Your Children

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Divorce can be a stressful and emotionally turbulent process. It can be understandably difficult to keep it together while you are going through the process, especially when you still have so many other aspects of life to worry about. However, … more

Tips for Going Through a Child Custody Evaluation

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If you are trying to work out a child custody arrangement with your former partner, there is a chance you will be subject to a child custody evaluation as part of court proceedings. In such a situation, you would sit … more

What to Do When You Receive a Child Support Petition

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When you receive a formal request (petition) for child support, it is important to respond promptly and appropriately. Remember: every child has a fundamental right to support from both of his or her parents. Courts take this parental responsibility seriously, … more

Paralyzing Accident Highlights Dangers of Trampoline Parks

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12th Jul 2012

A trampoline accident in St. Cloud has left a Brainerd man paralyzed.  Anthony Seitz, who was visiting the Airmaxx Trampoline Park with his son, was severely injured when he jumped off a trampoline and landed in a foam pit. His … more

How Does the Social Security Disability Appeals Process Work?

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If you have filed a claim with the Social Security Administration for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI), you may already be aware that the majority of initial applications are unsuccessful. Even for people who are … more

Department of Transportation Uses Awareness Week to Push Worker Safety

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The Minnesota Department of Transportation observed National Work Zone Awareness Week this April. The goal of the initiative is to remind motorists to drive safely through roads under construction to avoid accidents involving road workers. Held every spring, the campaign … more

What Not to Do When Discussing Divorce with Your Spouse

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Having the conversation with your spouse about getting a divorce is extremely difficult. But while neither party is likely ever going to come away from the conversation feeling good, you can at least avoid certain mistakes to prevent the situation … more

Uncovering Hidden Assets During Divorce Proceedings

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11th Jul 2012

It is not unusual for people going through a divorce to attempt to conceal some of their assets to prevent those items or funds from being subject to the property division process. If you believe your spouse may be attempting … more