Legal Question in Entertainment Law in Minnesota

When a spouse commits adultry.And the other spouse moves out and her lover moves in. What are the legal rights to the one that moved out?

Asked on 2/14/10, 8:35 am

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Maury Beaulier612.240.8005 Minnesota Lawyers
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I am not sure that I understand. Fortunately or unfortunately, infidelity is irrelevant to a divorce in Minnesota since it is a "no fault" divorce state. By relocating out of the home, a spouse DOES NOT lose his/her interest in and to that asset. The equity of the asset can still be divided in a divorce.

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Answered on 2/22/10, 9:29 am

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