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Month: June 2018

Understand your estate planning options

You plan on wetting a line with your loved ones for years to come, but you know life can change in the blink of an eye. In those situations, you want to make sure everything is in place ahead of time. That's where having a will and estate plan comes in handy. But the...

Retirement savings can be affected by divorce

Most Minnesota spouses facing divorce know to expect a range of emotional, practical and financial challenges. While people often think of these issues in the immediate terms, the ripple effects of a divorce can echo for years in a person's financial life. It can be...

Bankruptcy filing for rapper Lil’ Kim

Minnesota fans of rapper Lil' Kim may have heard that she is having financial problems. Lil' Kim filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy just days before foreclosure on her mansion in New Jersey.She reportedly owes over $1.47 million in taxes and over $4 million in various...

Supreme Court rules in favor of privacy

Police in Minnesota and throughout America will need a warrant to search a vehicle located on private property. The Supreme Court ruled 8-1 in favor of a defendant who had been taken into custody after being suspected of stealing a motorcycle. Police believed that the...

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