Category: MN Divorce Jurisdiction

MN Family Law in 2012

I believe that in 2012, Minnesota Family Law will continue on a trend towards private resolution of divorce cases.  In large part, this is dictated by the current legislative attitude towards raising revenue and funding services, specifically funding the Minnesota

MN Divorce Petition

A Minnesota divorce proceeding is started by the service of a Summons and Petition for Dissolution of Marriage.  “Service” means that the documents (the Summons and Petition) need to be personally handed to the recipient by someone other than his

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The Divorce System In Minnesota

One of the problems with the divorce process in Minnesota is that procedures vary greatly from county to county.  This should be corrected by the Minnesota legislature. Historically, the model for the divorce process in Minnesota was the “litigation” model. 

How Long Do I Need to be in Minnesota?

People occasionally ask me how long they need to reside in Minnesota before they can file for divorce in Minnesota.  The answer is 180 days (which is six months).  You have to have resided in Minnesota for six months before you

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