Many St. Paul movie lovers are gearing up for this weekend's Academy Awards broadcast. While some are busy making their awards predictions, others may be wondering whether any actresses will fall prey to the so-called "Oscar Love Curse."
When parents divorce in Minnesota, a court issues an order to ensure that both parents provide financially to accommodate the child. This is known as a child support order. It is very important that parents achieve a child support order that is reasonable and appropriate; and, if circumstances change and the child support arrangement becomes unmanageable, it is best to follow legal channels in order to receive a modified child support order.
Child custody decisions are often an integral part of divorce proceedings. In Minnesota, the deciding factor in these cases is ultimately what serves the child's best interests. Of course, parents often have opposing opinions on what is best for their children.
High-asset marriage dissolutions in Minnesota involve a variety of complicated issues. They often involve different types of property than other divorces, and things like prenuptial agreements and complex retirement plans may affect proceedings.