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Month: October 2019

Experts question the value of forensic evidence

Minnesota residents who watch shows like 'CSI" on television may be surprised to learn that questions have been raised about the validity of forensic evidence and the qualifications of the experts who provide it. After studying the way hairs, fingerprints and fibers...

Can I get charged with a DWI on a snowmobile?

Snowmobiling is a popular recreational activity and method of transportation in the winter time, and there’s no better place for it than northern Minnesota. Whether you’re traversing the trails or circling the lake, it can be a great way to socialize and...

Signs that a divorce is imminent

People in Minnesota may experience various conflicts and changes in their relationships. When people get married, they may intend to stay together for the rest of their lives. However, as people change and grow, they can find themselves at odds with their spouse. They...

It can happen here

That was the title of a book written in the 1930s about a Nazi style takeover in this country. People assumed that something like that could never happen here, and it did. Most of us who have lead fairly sheltered lives take certain things for granted, the rule of...

Discharging student loan debt in a bankruptcy

The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act, which was signed into law in 2005, makes student loan debt exempt from discharge in most situations, and individuals who seek relief from educational loan obligations are generally required to establish...

Estate planning for couples without children

Some couples in Minnesota and other states have decided not to have children because of insecurities regarding their parenting skills, concerns about their finances, worries regarding climate change and instability, and a wide variety of other reasons. Couples who...

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