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27
Oct

Responding to a Divorce Petition in Minnesota

Responding to a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage can be just as important as initiating the process, because it can preserve your rights—especially if you are unrepresented. It is common in Minnesota when both parties are represented to “skip” answering the petition entirely. However, if you are unrepresented, you can expect to prepare, file, and...
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26
Oct

Initiating a Divorce Petition in Minnesota

From my perspective, filing for divorce is a relatively simple and form-driven process. I understand, however, that the decision to file for divorce is an entirely different story. If you are considering filing for divorce or find yourself in a position where you are responding to a Summons and Petition, then my hope is to provide a...
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25
Oct

Tips for Determining Child Support in Minnesota

In Minnesota, a parent’s obligation to support their child begins when the child is born, and does not end until a triggering event like the child getting married, or turning 18 years of age. A divorce proceeding does not terminate either parent’s obligation to support their joint child. In this article, we will discuss the basic...
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07
Mar

Work Comp FAQ: What Happens to my Work Comp if I Quit my Job?

This series is meant to answer the most common questions our Minneapolis workers’ compensation attorneys get asked by our clients. If you are a worker who was injured on the job, you most likely have many questions. Check out this series to get your questions answered. Read previous entries in the series by following the links...
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29
Feb

Work Comp Basics: Why Am I Not Getting Paid All of My Wages?

Workers’ compensation is not an easy area of Minnesota law to understand. It is complex and detailed. You are not alone if you are feeling a bit lost in the workers’ compensation process. Clients usually come to us with a lot of questions about the basics of workman’s compensation and what they should expect. Because there...
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23
Feb

Work Comp Red Flag: Your Employer Says the Injury was Your Fault

As workers’ compensation attorneys, we have years of experience listening to employees recount their workplace injuries, and it is not uncommon to hear an employee tell us information that sends up a red flag. In the Red Flag series, we share with you some of the situations and facts that would trigger a “red flag” for...
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17
Feb

Work Comp FAQ: How Long Can I Get Benefits?

This series is meant to answer the most common questions our workers’ compensation attorneys get asked by our clients. If you are a worker who was injured on the job, you most likely have many questions. Check out this series to get your questions answered. Read previous entries in the series by following the links...
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19
Jan

Work Comp FAQ: What if my Employer Does Not Have Work Comp Insurance?

Find the answers to the most common questions our team of workers’ compensation lawyers get asked.  If you are a worker who was injured on the job, you most likely have many questions. Check out this series to get your questions answered. What if my Employer Does Not Have Work Comp Insurance? Employees who are...
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12
Jan

Work Comp Basics: Workers’ Compensation & Taxes

This series is meant to answer the most common questions our workers’ compensation attorneys get asked by our clients. If you are a worker who was injured on the job, you most likely have many questions. Check out this series to get your questions answered. The Basics: Is Your Workers’ Compensation Taxable? Preparing your taxes...
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