WHAT IS GOING ON WITH EVICTIONS? Most people paying attention to the news have noticed that there is an “eviction moratorium”. Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, our nation has seen a confusing patchwork of eviction moratoriums at all levels of government. This...
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Wages Garnished During COVID! What Do I Do?
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz issued 108 executive orders in 2020. With 5 executive orders already issued in the first two weeks of 2021, Minnesotans are on track for another year of constantly refreshing our news pages on our phones to see what new and exciting rules...
What is “Conciliation” Court, and How Do I Do It?
We’ve all encountered situations in life where we have felt wronged—maybe by an unscrupulous neighbor, a greedy business associate, or an unreliable contractor who did not meet expectations. At the end of the day, you feel they owe you some money. You ask nicely for...
Throw Me a Lifeline! The Fundamentals of Chapter 7 and 13 Bankruptcy. Part 3: How Do I Get Started?
Part 3: How Do I Get Started?
Throw Me a Lifeline! The Fundamentals of Chapter 7 and 13 Bankruptcy. Part 2: Are My Assets Protected?
Part 2: Are My Assets Protected?
Sending a Child to College? Consider a Health Care Directive and Power of Attorney
A health care directive enables your child to select who is entitled to receive health care information and act on their behalf if they cannot speak for themselves.
Throw Me a Lifeline! The Fundamentals of Chapter 7 and 13 Bankruptcy. Part 1: Do I Qualify?
Part 1: Do I Qualify?
Pandemic Estate Planning: Health Care Directives and Powers of Attorney
Maybe you're young and healthy, but you're unnerved by all that's happening. Maybe you can't get your hands on a cloth or N95 mask and you need to do something to feel a little better. Or maybe you're one of the alarmingly many who are facing economic uncertainty and...
Estate Planning Is Still Possible During the Pandemic
These are unusual times, that much is certain. Everything has unimaginably changed in the last two weeks. It is awfully hard not to be acutely aware of the news, conflicting data, and general pandemic panic. Let us help you channel that COVID-19 anxiety (or denial)...
Estate Planning: Do I Need to Update My Will?
A well drafted estate plan is intended to last many, many years. It is my hope that my clients ride off into the sunset with their estate plans and do not need any updates. However, life is anything but constant, so sometimes changes are necessary. It is important to...