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16 Things Not to Do During a Divorce

Divorce is often described as the second most stressful life event after the death of a loved one. Even in the best of circumstances it is an emotional ordeal with a long laundry list of all equally important, life-altering decisions. To say that most people going through a divorce aren't in the best head or heartspace to make those important decisions is an understatement. Unfortunately, a lot of folks make choices during the divorce process that can actually hurt or hinder they or their families best interests. This episode of the Podcast contains suggestions for people in the process of divorce on how to keep things as civil as possible for the best results for you and your family in the long term.

For more information, check out our blogs:

Mundahl Law's Top 10 Things Not To Do During a Divorce

Your Perception is Not Reality in a Divorce

5 Ways To Make a Judge Dislike You

How Friends and Family Can Derail Your Divorce

Ten Good Reasons to Settle Your Divorce

Successful Divorce Mediation

"I Should Have Known Better": First-Person Divorce Stories

Trust Your Family Law Attorney!

The Cost of Not Hiring an Attorney

How To Find a Divorce Lawyer

Posted in: Family Law, Podcast

15 Keep Legal Costs Down

The first question most people have when they come into an attorneys office for a divorce is, "How much is this going to cost me?" Unfortunately, the answer to that question is far from simple. Fortunately, there are several key things you can do to keep legal costs down. On this episode of the podcast, Susan shares the biggest things that clients can do to keep minimize excess legal costs.

For more information, check out our blogs:

What is This Divorce Going To Cost Me

Budgeting For Divorce

The Cost of Not Hiring An Attorney

Ten Good Reasons to Settle Your Divorce

Trust Your Family Law Attorney!

Are Judges The Best Way to Find Justice in Your Divorce?

Your Perception is Not Reality in Divorce

Successful Divorce Mediation

What is "Fair and Equitable" in Personal Property Division?

Small Business and Divorce

Minimizing Impact of Divorce on Small Business

How Divorce Affects Your Retirement

 

Posted in: Family Law, Podcast

14 Prenuptial / Antenuptial Agreements

prenuptial

Whether you think it's an unquestionable prerequisite to tying the knot or the antithesis of romance, the bottom line is that prenuptial agreements, also known as an antenuptial agreements, can be a smart legal and financial choice for some couples. This episode answers many frequently asked questions about prenups and discusses how this legal arrangement can help couples before and after they get married. 

For more information, check out our blogs:

Do You Need a Prenuptial Agreement?

5 Things to Know Before Marriage

Posted in: Family Law, Podcast

13 Children’s Date Night

Child-parent relationships function like every other relationship. They take time and effort to understand each other and build loving memories over time. You may feel like you know everything about your children because you are their parent or you may feel like they have entered into "Planet Teenager" and are completely incomprehensible. This episode explores the ways that scheduling a "date night" with your kids can strengthen your relationship, including learning to see a bit more eye-to-eye, and of course, having fun together. 

For more information, check out our blogs:

How Well Do You Know Your Kids?

To Divorcing Parents: What Your Children Need You To Know

Parenting Time With Both Parents: How It Matters

How to Talk to Young Children About Divorce

Home is Where the Heart Is

Keeping Your Child Connected To Their Other Parent

Learning To Trust: Parenting Time And Very Young Children

 

 

 

Posted in: Family Law, Podcast

12 Parenting Time – Balancing the Schedule

Some things don't change even after a divorce, including the fact that your children will still want and need both parents in their lives. This episode of the podcast discusses how to promote fairness and flexibility in a parenting time schedule that considers both parents essential to their child's development and growth.

For more information, check out our blogs:

Parenting Time With Both Parents: How It Matters

Keeping Your Child Connected To Their Other Parent

Children Are Not Backpacks: Whose Needs Does Your Parenting Schedule Serve?

Communicating Effectively With Your Childs Other Parent

The 2/2/5/5 Parenting Schedule: Important Considerations

Cooperating in Co-Parenting: How it Affects Custody

Can Your Parenting Plan Be Too Detailed?

Parenting Time and Your Teen's Developmental Needs

Is Your Parenting Schedule Hurting Your Child's Social Development?

Helpful Books on Co-Parenting

 

Posted in: Family Law, Podcast

11 Good Attorney – How Do I Know?

If you find yourself in the position of needing to hire an attorney, especially for something as personal as a family law matter, you want to make sure that you're hiring a good attorney—but how can you tell? This episode discusses the three basic questions to ask when hiring an attorney.

For more information, check out our blogs:

How to Find a Divorce Lawyer

How To Select a Divorce Attorney

Does it Matter Whether I Have a Male or Female Divorce Attorney?

The Cost of Not Hiring an Attorney

Posted in: Family Law, Podcast

10 Property – What’s Marital or Non-Marital?


Having to divide up property and possessions is the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of divorce. But unlike your favorite country music song may have you believe, your spouse doesn't get to take everything. In this episode of the podcast, Susan discusses the distinctions between marital and non-marital property, and what happens to both during a divorce. In addition, she discusses the process of equitably dividing marital property.

For more information, check out our blogs:

What is "Fair and Equitable" in Personal Property Division?

The Complex or High Asset Divorce

Dividing Debt in a Divorce

Wills, Trusts, and Divorce in Minnesota

 

Posted in: Family Law, Podcast

09 The Grief Cycle and Divorce

Grief is a natural part of divorce, not only for the divorcing couple but for their entire family. This episode of the podcast discusses the various stages of grief as well as the process of reaching acceptance and moving on to a new, and hopefully better, life after divorce. 

For more information, check out our blogs:

Your Perception is Not Reality in a Divorce

How to Emotionally Support Your Adult Child Through Divorce (And Survive It Yourself!)

How Friends and Family Can Derail Your Divorce

Top 10 Ways for a Wife to Deal With Divorce Stress

Top 10 Ways for a Husband to Deal With Divorce Stress

Mundahl Law's Top 10 Things Not to Do During a Divorce

 

Posted in: Family Law, Podcast

08 Summons – The Big Time Out

Few things are as daunting as receiving, or having to serve, a summons and petition for divorce. Most people are unsure of the ground rules for dealing with a summons and petition. In this episode of the podcast, Susan explains the guidelines for parties, whether they are serving or receiving these first documents in a dissolution of marriage. 

For more information, check out our blog:

Divorce in Minnesota: Where Do I Start?

How to Find a Divorce Lawyer

I've Filed For Divorce: What's Next?

What is "Discovery" in a Minnesota Divorce?

Posted in: Family Law, Podcast

07 Pets and Divorce

Dealing with beloved family pets can be unexpectedly challenging in divorce, especially when both spouses are attached to an animal. This episode of the podcast will try to dispel some misconceptions and shed some light on how courts tend to address the issue of pets as "property" in a divorce.

Posted in: Family Law, Podcast

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