November 11, 2018

Family Law

When you have been hurt in an accident, life can be overwhelming. You probably have medical bills. You may have a damaged car, truck, or motorcycle. You might miss work because of your injury. The stress, anxiety, and pain may also affect your performance at work, relationships at home, and other lifestyle activities. Sadly, insurance

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April 7, 2014

Family Law

2014 Update on Karon Waivers and Spousal Maintenance When divorcing spouses enter into a spousal maintenance agreement, they often include a “Karon waver.” However, many Karon waivers do not include language required by Minnesota Statutes and Minnesota case law. As a result, these Karon waivers are not enforceable. The article below was written by┬áSteven P.

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August 2, 2013

Family Law

Divorce attorneys understand that you are going through one of the most difficult times in your life and recognize that the best divorce attorney is more than a legal actor. A successful divorce attorney seeks to understand your particular goals, be sensitive to unique circumstances, and takes care of the legal pain, so you can

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September 17, 2012

Family Law

What is a Restraining Order? There are three (3) types of restraining orders: Orders for Protection (OFPs) Harassment Restraining Orders (HROs) Domestic Abuse No Contact Order (DANCOs) Each of these provides generally the same protections, where they differ is in there applicability to a specific situation. Let us break them down on an individual basis.

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August 6, 2012

Family Law

When parents with children get divorced, the child support that is ordered by the court for one of the parents to pay is based off the number of children at that time and the monthly income of the parent paying the support. Sometimes, though, the parent paying child support loses his or her job or

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