65 Parent’s Estate Plan but they Never Married
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66 Child Support & Parenting Time

66 Child Support & Parenting Time

Certain laws in the state of Minnesota are due to be changed as January 2023.  These specific laws have to do with an adjustment in the amount some parents will be obligated to pay.  In this podcast episode, attorney Susan Mundahl, explains some of these changes as well as directing listeners to the online resources for calculating the child support specifically to a family’s current situation.

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| Sep 12, 2022 | 0

65 Parent’s Estate Plan but they Never Married

65 Parent’s Estate Plan but they Never Married

65 Parent’s Estate Plan but they Never MarriedApple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsYoutubeSpotify ListenIn This Episode   The working title for this episode was formerly, “It doesn’t mean that you can’t (make an estate plan) just because you didn’t say,...

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| Aug 8, 2022 | 0

64 Will or Trust – Which One?

64 Will or Trust – Which One?

There arrives a time when a person, or a couple, begins to think about what should be done with their property and assets at the end of their life. The question then often arises; What type of Estate Plan should be chosen, a Will or a Trust? In this podcast episode, experienced estate planning attorney, Amy Rotering, discusses the features and some of the drawbacks of each of these varied types of estate plans.

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| May 19, 2022 | 0

63 Cohabitation & Property Division

63 Cohabitation & Property Division

For those couples who for reasons of their own have decided not to get married, but still want to acquire things during their time together. Just as in the dissolution of many marriages when people can decide to go their separate ways, and they would later like to divide some of these things in the fairest way possible. This podcast episode, guided by attorney Susan Mundahl, looks at the statute that clears up any confusion having to do with what was formerly known as “Palimony,” as she gives helpful instructions on how to safeguard the ownership of such property so that fewer conflicts may occur.

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| Apr 14, 2022 | 0

62 The 3 Best Reasons to Have an Attorney at Mediation

62 The 3 Best Reasons to Have an Attorney at Mediation

When people think of divorce, many people think of divorce trials settled before a judge, but in reality, the vast majority of divorces are settled using mediation. Divorce mediation is the best way way to avoid the time, costs and turmoil of going to trial. In...

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| Mar 22, 2022 | 0

61 Get the Estate Plan Off Your To-Do List

61 Get the Estate Plan Off Your To-Do List

It might seem morbid to plan for your death before the time comes, but planning for the inevitable can save your loved ones a lot of time, energy, and pain while they are grieving. The truth is this: nearly everyone has something to gain from thoughtful...

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| Mar 4, 2022 | 0

60 Do-It-Yourself Divorce

60 Do-It-Yourself Divorce

In Minnesota, over 80% of divorces are now done without an Attorney. This is due to rising inflation and the shift from an attorney being a necessity to that of a luxury. That along with generational shifts of values and how folks want to proceed with their divorce...

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| Jan 12, 2022 | 0

59 Probate – Mysteries Unveiled

59 Probate – Mysteries Unveiled

It’s not unusual for there to be somewhat of a perceived mystery around the legal process of probate.  Not only does this time represent a period of mourning for the family members of a deceased loved one, but now some of those same family members will have to sort...

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| Dec 9, 2021 | 0

58 Our Staff & Their Roles at Mundahl Law

58 Our Staff & Their Roles at Mundahl Law

It can be somewhat intimidating when a person or a family, being very unfamiliar with the operation of law firm, as they may need to move ahead with a legal case.  This is a group podcast recorded in the interest of introducing the staff at Mundahl Law and to...

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| Oct 13, 2021 | 0

57 Holidays & Parenting Time

57 Holidays & Parenting Time

Holidays can often become a stressful time for families, especially if someone’s family is going through separation or divorce.  With over 30 years of working with families of various structures, Susan Mundahl discusses some very effective ways to go about...

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| Sep 13, 2021 | 0

56 Dos and Don’ts of Property Division in DIY Divorce

56 Dos and Don’ts of Property Division in DIY Divorce

A Do-it-Yourself Divorce can sometimes be a viable option for a couple to dissolve their former partnership.  However there are some cautions, particularly when it comes to properly dividing property.  In this podcast episode, Associate Attorney, Alma Miklasevics,...

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| Aug 16, 2021 | 0

55 Ending Spousal Support for Baby Boomers

55 Ending Spousal Support for Baby Boomers

Spousal support used to be a common part of divorces that was originally intended to protect and provide for spouses who had forgone developing their own career to stay at home and care for the family and household. As we have culturally shifted more towards double...

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| Jul 21, 2021 | 0

54 Self Care Throughout Your Divorce

54 Self Care Throughout Your Divorce

Divorce is one of the hardest life events a person can live through. It is the death of a relationship, a home, a future, and many dreams. Self-Care is a popular topic nowadays but it is truly necessary during a divorce. After years of helping folks through...

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| Jul 12, 2021 | 0

53 What is an Unfit Parent?

53 What is an Unfit Parent?

This episode of the podcast discusses MN Statute 518.17, which addresses that each parent is recognized by Minnesota law to be presumed as fit to parent their children. Being an "unfit parent" in unfortunately a common accusation during divorces or custody disputes...

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| Jun 24, 2021 | 0

52 Estate Planning for Empty Nesters

52 Estate Planning for Empty Nesters

Folks who are living in an “Empty Nest,” are in a somewhat unique situation in regard to their estate, now that their adult children have moved away from their family’s home.  In this podcast episode, family and estate law attorney, Amy Rotering, goes over a number...

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| May 8, 2021 | 0

51 Modification of Custody or Parenting Time

51 Modification of Custody or Parenting Time

As every parent knows, life happens, your children grow, and their needs and schedules change. Making changes to the legal specifics of a Custody or Parenting Time order can sometimes be necessary, despite the hassle. In this podcast episode attorney, Susan...

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| Apr 29, 2021 | 0

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