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Just like all verbal agreements. They are not enforceable, so make sure you get things in writing if you want it to stand up in court.
A legal separation is defined as a court determination of the rights and responsibilities of a husband and wife arising out of the marital relationship.
A post-nuptial agreement will help protect against the possibility of divorce in the future.
A Minnesota court can award alimony to either spouse. Support is appropriate if a spouse isn't capable of self-support due to a lack of property, suitable employment or has custody of a child and cannot work outside the home.
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