Dividing your assets in Minnesota can be a complex issue. Property is divided in Minnesota based on equitable division, meaning that the division must be fair. Fair, however, does not always mean equal in all circumstances. Property that is “marital”, or acquired during the marriage, is subject to equitable division. “Non-marital” property, on the other hand, is not subject to equitable division. Non-marital property largely refers to property that was acquired before the marriage or acquired as a gift or inheritance.
Contact the attorneys at Family Law Solutions, PLLC to set up a free consultation to discuss your individual case and the different factors that may have an impact on the division of property.