Yes. No. Maybe.
In Minnesota, assets and property acquired during marriage are generally considered marital property and subject to equitable division upon divorce. Some assets are fairly straightforward and simple to divide, such as a shared bank account. Others, such as a business or professional practice, require more thorough investigative and valuation efforts.
The word "standard" rarely tops the list of any adjectives selected to depict the divorce process in general and any given marital dissolution in particular.
Are you perchance about to divorce and worried that you and your soon-to-be ex will seldom be on the same page when it comes to co-parenting?
A reference made in a recent Minnesota family law-related media piece citing a "hot-button, emotionally charged issue" could be focused upon any number of topics, right?
Our blog entries at the Twin Cities-based Law Offices of Mack & Santana, P.C., routinely seek to provide readers with topical and relevant news and information regarding family law topics. Indeed, we regard that as being a suitable mission statement for any blog and take pride in any role we may play in helping educate our readers on important legal issues and processes related to family law.