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The benefits of adding a digital privacy clause to a prenuptial or post-nuptial

We live in a digital age where much of an individual's private and public business is conducted using online accounts and communicated via text messages and emails. Most Minnesota residents have likely heard about or have experienced first-hand cases in which the discovery of communication related to sensitive information via online or mobile technology has had negative consequences.

Conscious co-parenting, difficult but possible

Children are curious by nature and have been equated to sponges that soak up information squeezed from the relationships and environments in which they live. Divorced parents can likely relate to this metaphor as they face the many challenges that accompany divorce, childrearing and co-parenting.

Tips for divorced parents when planning for a child's summer

Thankfully, summer finally appears to be just around the corner which means it will soon be time to break out the shorts, soak up some sun and solidify summer plans. While the majority of Minnesotans are eagerly awaiting the official start to summer, parents with school-age children often face the dilemma of how to entertain kids during the summer months. For divorced parents, planning for a child's summer can be especially challenging and often requires a lot of communication and compromise.

Using a prenuptial agreement to discourage infidelity

Spouses who decide to divorce may do so for many reasons. When an individual is asked why his or her marriage fell apart, a spouse's infidelity is often cited as the catalyst for filing divorce papers. While it may be difficult to prevent a husband or wife from cheating, a prenuptial agreement may act as a deterrent or at least help ensure a non-cheating spouse will profit handsomely.

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