Child Custody – Visitation Schedule

In a custody case, both physical custody and legal custody must be agreed upon or determined by a judge. Legal custody specifies which parent, or both parents if joint legal custody, has the right to  make important decisions for the child(ren) including education,...

Affairs and Divorce

Minnesota is a no fault state, which means that a party can ask for divorce without any specific reason other than irretrievable breakdown of marriage. However, being a no fault state also means that having an affair is not typically considered in the issues reviewed...

Navigating Through Discovery

Discovery is a process in a lawsuit that happens prior to trial that allows each party to investigate the facts of the case, whether it’s a divorce case, real estate dispute, contract dispute, etc. Four ways for obtaining information from the other party are:...

Estate Planning – Taking Care of Your Pets

Have you thought about what will happen with your money, assets, house, etc. when you pass away? What about what will happen with your pets? A dog owner in Tennessee made sure his dog, Lulu, will live out her life luxuriously after leaving her $5 million of his...

Setting Up a Small Business

When setting up a business in Minnesota, the first item to consider is determining the type of business you are wanting to set up. Two common types of businesses to set up are corporations and limited liability companies. When considering what type of business is...