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Pending Family Law Legislation

March 13, 2015
By: Alan C. Eidsness , Jaime Driggs
»Divorce Settlements »Child Support

The 2015 legislative session is shaping up to be an interesting one for the family law community. Attorneys Alan C. Eidsness and Jaime Driggs cover the possible changes and impacts in Pending Family Law Legislation.

“This legislative session is shaping up to be an interesting one for the family law community as several bills have been introduced covering a wide range of family law issues. This work is the result of the child custody dialogue group which formed after Governor Dayton’s 2012 pocket veto of legislation which would have created a presumption of 35 percent parenting time.” Read the full story here.

Previous Articles

When Does a Child Emancipate – Alan C. Eidsness and Jaime Driggs (December 8, 2014)

Intricacies of Drafting Qualified Domestic Relations OrdersKathryn A. Graves and Jason K. Damberg (November 10, 2014)

Fraudulent Transfers and Divorce SettlementsAlan C. Eidsness and Jaime Driggs (October 13, 2014)

Spending Patterns and Resulting Effects on Spousal MaintenanceMelissa J. Nilsson and William F. Forsyth (September 8, 2014)

Budgets De-constructed: Making It Easy for Our ClientsLisa T. Spencer and Kelli Jordan (August 11, 2014)

Reexamining Karon Waivers After the Gossman DecisionAlan C. Eidsness and Jaime Driggs (July 14, 2014)

Understanding Interest on Property AwardsAlan C. Eidsness and Jaime Driggs (June 9, 2014)

Enforcing the Sale of the Home After DivorceAlan C. Eidsness and Jaime Driggs (May 12, 2014)

Common Questions at Tax SeasonAlan C. Eidsness and Jaime Driggs (April 14, 2014)

Revocation of Beneficiary Designations Upon Divorce – Kathryn A. Graves and Jaime Driggs (February 10, 2014)

Evaluating a Divorce Settlement – Alan C. Eidsness and Jaime Driggs (January 13, 2014)

2013 Articles

 

These articles are part of a series previously printed in Minnesota Lawyer covering topics relevant to the area of family law.

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