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Did you know?
In Minnesota, a divorce is called a “Dissolution of Marriage.” At least one spouse must be a resident of Minnesota for 180 days (six months) before filing for a dissolution. There are special laws pertaining to active duty military members. Minnesota law also allows same sex couples to get married or divorced in thestate. MNCourts.gov explains: “A same sex couple may also file for divorce in Minnesota if they got married in Minnesota on or after August 1, 2013, and each party to the marriage now lives in a state that does not allow the dissolution of the parties’ same sex marriage.”