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Estate Planning
Who Can be an Executor? Technically, an executor is a man appointed to carry out the wishes of someone who has died and manage their estate. If a woman is chosen for this task, she is called an executrix. But for simplicity’s sake, we will refer to administrators of all genders as executors since this...
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Estate Planning with a Lawyer
Do You Have A Will? Gifting and Estate Planning aren’t always top of mind. Estate planning is something you should think about long before retirement. There are several aspects to estate planning. Gifting is one of them. Gifts are subject to certain tax rules. Gifting assets can be beneficial to your estate in several ways....
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Divorce And Child Custody
What Is Child Custody? How child custody is determined in Minnesota can be hard to navigate. Legal Custody gives you the right to make decisions about your child’s education, healthcare, and religious upbringing. Physical Custody- this is when your child lives with you. You make decisions about your child’s day-to-day activities, what they eat, wear,...
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Alcohol being poured at holiday party
Alcohol Charges Are Serious Everyone has seen the cliched drunk Santa in movies (and maybe even in real life). However, public intoxication is no joke. It’s also legal In Minnesota. Yes, you read that correctly. You can’t be arrested for simply being drunk in public. But don’t take that as permission to get soused and...
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father walking with child visiting
What Is Supervised Visitation? Most of the time, when parents have visitation, they have the child during their scheduled time, and they can watch movies, eat, work on homework, and whatever else they feel like doing, unsupervised. But some visitation arrangements aren’t like that. Sometimes, a court order requires another adult to supervise the parenting...
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Couple Meeting With Adoption Specialist
What Are Home Studies? Home Studies are required for adoptions, including those by a relative, foster care to adoption, and private adoptions. No matter what type of adoption you decide to move forward with, like all adoptive families in Minnesota, you must first be approved to adopt through a Minnesota-licensed home study provider. Home studies...
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Problems In Marriage
A Parenting Consultant (PC) is a form of alternative dispute resolution. Their role was created by Minnesota Court Rule 114.02(a)(10), which allows parties to develop an alternative dispute resolution process. How Disputes Arise A Parenting Consultant works with your family on an ongoing basis to resolve disputes such as parenting time and decisions about where...
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Snow Covered Open Road During A Winter Snowstorm
With winter in full effect in Minnesota, it’s important to know how to stay safe and injury–free during snowy and icy conditions. Inclement weather brings with it spikes in hospital visits and sidewalk–related injuries. A few simple precautions against slip-and-fall injuries can keep you upright and out of the ER. Pace Yourself After the snow...
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Judge Gavel On A Wooden Desk Law Books Background
Assault is in the news a lot these days. We hear about celebrities and politicians being accused of assault and see the devastating consequences it can have. Being accused of an assault is a serious and strenuous circumstance to navigate and not one you should have to manage alone. Understand What Assault Is Assault is...
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Guy Riding a Snowmobile in Snowstorm
A new law affecting Minnesota residents convicted of DUI became effective on August 1 of this year, bringing with it restrictions on the ability to drive a wide variety of vehicles. The new law is known as Little Alan’s Law. Little Alan’s Law Eight-year-old Alan Geisenkoetter, Jr., was watching his father, Alan Sr., put up...
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