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When planning a wedding, the happy couple will think of the dress, the cake, and the officiant. Other things that should be considered, as well. What will happen in the event of a divorce? Who will get what assets? Is Aunt Tilly’s china at risk of being divided up, or worse, awarded to your spouse...
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Tired Woman Sleep In Car
If you’ve been injured in an accident because someone was driving drowsy, you know that falling asleep at the wheel is just as dangerous as driving drunk. Yet every year, people fall asleep while driving, leading to property damage, personal injury, and even death. How many people drive drowsy? It’s difficult to know just how...
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Girl And Her Mother Are Washing Hands
 CHIPS actions are court cases involving the health, safety, and welfare of children. CHIPS claims attempt to protect children and to deliver services so they can be safe at home. They may also ensure that children who cannot be home are safe in foster care.  If services do not resolve the issues, the court may...
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License Plates
One of the consequences of a DWI conviction in Minnesota is plate impoundment. The state of Minnesota has the authority to take license plates from drivers under certain circumstances. This process is known as “license plate impoundment.” Plate impoundment can result in difficulty and embarrassment for the impacted drivers. The license plates you receive in...
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Angry Woman In Protest March For Her Rights
Recently, we have seen one of the most significant protest movements in decades, after the deaths of George Floyd and other African Americans across the United States. Whenever thousands of people gather, there is the potential for injury. What are your rights and recourse, should you become injured at a protest gathering? Our nation has...
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German Shepherd
If a dog has attacked you, you know the pain and fear that can remain, long after the wounds have healed. In Minnesota, dog bite victims are protected by the Minnesota dog bite law. Because these laws vary from state to state, it’s essential to know just what the law allows and requires you to...
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Attorney Helping with Will Signing
The two most common reasons for not writing a will are procrastination and not wanting to think about our mortality. Unfortunately, death is a part of life, and it can often occur without warning due to accidents or even illnesses like COVID-19. Having a will gives your heirs direction on the “who, what, and when”...
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Handcuffs And Judge Gavel
If you’ve ever been convicted of a criminal offense, your sentence probably included probation. Probation lets a person stay in their community, under the supervision of a probation officer. This is more cost-effective than incarceration and lightens the burden felt by an already overcrowded prison system. Conditions of Probation in Minnesota Probation also often includes...
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Teenager Being Questioned
Under Minnesota law, children under the age of 14 are considered legally incapable of committing crimes. If a child is over the age of 14, the juvenile can be tried as an adult in Minnesota. If they are accused of a dangerous offense and/or has engaged in criminal conduct in the past the juvenile court...
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Attorney With Magnifying Glass
There will be times in your life when it will be necessary to have someone else sign paperwork on your behalf. Thankfully, the law provides a safe legal way to do this through something called power of attorney. Let’s look at some of these circumstances and what can be done to meet your needs. Power...
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