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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.
It's understandable how a couple might get cold feet about the prospect of executing a prenuptial agreement, perhaps viewing this step as being unromantic, unnecessary or perhaps even unusual.
One of the primary objectives of our blog has always been to provide readers with a comprehensive and comprehensible look at what the law in Minnesota has to say concerning divorce and other family law matters.
A unique family law issue is currently playing out in the state of Idaho that has implications not just for the Gem State, but for the U.S., the European Union and at least 32 other nations.
Last time, our blog began discussing the termination of parental rights in a bid to provide helpful information and debunk some common misconceptions about this complex family law topic.
Last time, our blog examined why it's so important to consider making a prenuptial agreement part of your wedding day planning. Specifically, we discussed the myriad advantages of engaged couples executing what amounts to a binding legal contract setting forth their rights and expectations regarding the classification/division of property, and/or spousal support in the event of a divorce.
There is perhaps no more beautiful time of the year here in Minnesota than the autumn season. That's because during this three-month period before the onset of the cold, people will be treated to mild temperatures and picturesque landscapes framed by the brightly colored leaves.