Divorce and Family Law Attorney
There are many things to consider when going through a divorce. You have to take into account certain aspects such as financial security and property distribution all while facing a life-changing experience. If children are involved, the child’s best interest is of the utmost importance. Making decisions in a divorce can be very overwhelming. As a result, Divorce and Family Law attorney Kay Snyder is committed to seeking the best possible solutions for you and your family.
Divorce in Minnesota
Divorces are a life-altering decision and going through a divorce can be very overwhelming. They are seldom without some complications. There are different types of divorces: contested divorce, uncontested divorce, and collaborative divorce. Each one requires a different approach and typically comes with different outcomes. So, it’s important to figure out how to go through the legal process of divorce that best suits you and your family.
Property Division in Divorce
Property and debt division in divorce cases are decisions that divorcing couples commonly have to make when going through the divorce process. They can make the decisions themselves, or, with or without the help of a mediator. If they chose, the people involved in the divorce, can bring matters into the hands of the court if they cannot come to an agreement. Because Minnesota is a no-fault state, all assets acquired during marriage must be divided equitably, or fairly, between the two former spouses.
FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY
It’s important to have a reliable family law attorney. Whether you are seeking child support or child custody, looking into adoption, or seeking grandparent rights, attorney Kay Snyder is committed to your case. Working hard to aggressively represent you and your legal rights. You can be assured that you and your family are in the best hands.
Child Support in Minnesota
Child Custody in Minnesota
Child custody entails the living arrangements and the choices that are made in a child’s life after a divorce or separation. There are two different types of custody, legal and physical, and the parents can also decide on sole custody or sharing joint custody. In Minnesota, the best interest for the child is usually taken into consideration when deciding on custody of the child.
Learn how custody can be modified: motion-to-modify custody.
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Divorce and other family legal matters can be difficult situations to go through. Attorney Kay Snyder is ready to help with your divorce & family law needs. Contact Kay today to set up an appointment!