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Month: September 2021

Navigating the complexities of eviction

The eviction moratorium may be over, but, there are lingering changes to Minnesota eviction law that have not yet phased out, and, even when the phaseout is complete, judges are likely to look at eviction differently than they used to. Pre-Covid, for landlords...

When is bankruptcy the right option for someone?

When your bills pile up faster than you can pay them back, it starts to feel overwhelming. Perhaps you are out of work or making less money than you did before. You need a solution that will help you get back on track with your finances. You have heard of bankruptcy,...

Can parental alienation lead to custody modifications?

Even though divorce can be difficult for children to handle, shared parenting is often one of the more effective ways to help kids manage life after the end of their parents' marriages. In fact, a recent study found that children who spend at least 35% of their time...


One of the toughest aspects of my job is telling people that they may not get everything they are asking for. The Judicial branch seems formidable from the outside, imposing courthouses, strict rules, judges in black robes. For those of us who do not work in the court...

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