When couples seek divorce in Minnesota, many unexpected circumstances could develop. According to a recent survey of more than 1,700 adult women in various stages of the divorce process, financial issues tend to produce a lot surprises. In fact, nearly half of the females surveyed reported experiencing financial problems they didn't anticipate. Among all respondents, women under age 55 reported experiencing more financial surprises.
As you and your spouse embark on your divorce journey, you cannot help but to feel apprehensive about how your children will handle it. After all, as emotionally difficult as the marital breakup process may be for you and your spouse, it is just as difficult for the children to navigate.
Minnesota parents who get divorced will have to find ways to raise their children while separated. While this can be difficult, courts generally operate from the position that children should be encouraged to maintain a healthy relationship with both parents after divorce.