When a couple divorces in Minnesota, some of their primary concerns revolve around finances and property division. Even in situations where there are only modest assets to consider, mistakes can be made when it comes to deciding what happens to the family home. The decision-making process can also be impacted by the presence of minor children in the family.
One of the primary functions of the divorce process is to divide property. This can get tricky because you may believe that certain assets belong to you alone and are, therefore, not part of the marital estate. If those assets truly are your separate property, they would not be subject to division in your divorce.