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:...

Is this dog abandoned?

On April 13, 2020, a decision was filed by the Minnesota Court of Appeals that reversed a Hennepin County District Court’s decision regarding awarding an “abandoned” dog to the Respondent who had been caring for the dog for the original owner. The...

A New Year With a New Resolution

With the new year comes new plans and resolutions to change or better your life. Perhaps your resolution is to be better prepared in life. Thinking in the big scheme of things, being prepared for end-of-life is very important, and one big check mark you could check...

Do you have your affairs in order?

Do you have a will? Do you know that having a will doesn’t guarantee your estate won’t have to go through probate? Having a will is definitely an important step in estate planning, and if your assets must go through probate, it can help speed up the...

Do You Have A Prenuptial Agreement?

Are you getting married and wanting to know about a prenuptial agreement? Or are you already married and would like information about a postnuptial agreement? Either agreement is a good way to help keep any break in the marriage as clean as possible in regards to...

Top Mistakes with Real Estate in Divorce

The entire divorce process is difficult, but the real estate aspect can raise some serious questions or issues. 1. Not listing the real estate in the Summons and Petition. This might prevent you from getting a divorce, might prevent you from selling the property until...