According to a recent study conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates International, 78% of Millennials (ages 18-36) do not have an estate plan. One of the major reasons cited by Millennials for not taking the time to create even a basic Will is that ...Read More
On June 28, 2017, the United States House of Representatives passed the Protecting Access to Care Act of 2017 (H.R. 1215). The stated purpose of the bill is to “improve patient access to health care services and provide improved medical care by reducing the ...Read More
A prenuptial agreement, or antenuptial agreement, is a legal contract entered into by two people before they marry. These agreements can be particularly important for a physician because in the unfortunate event of a future divorce, a prenuptial agreement can be a vital part ...Read More
Many businesses, including many farm businesses, organize and operate their businesses through separate business entities (e.g., corporations or limited liability companies). When properly structured, these entities can provide numerous management, succession, and liability protection benefits for farmers and other business owners.
But merely creating a ...Read More
\"I\'m being sued by a former employee. He came back drunk from lunch, crashed his forklift, and destroyed $1,000.00 of product. Our security cameras caught it all and it was clearly his gross negligence that caused the accident. I fired him on the spot ...Read More
We have all heard the saying \"The Devil is in the Detail,\" but few of us realize how true it is. A proper system of record keeping and documentation can benefit your personal finances and career. At tax time many of us partake in ...Read More
On June 30, 2017, the Minneapolis City Council passed an ordinance that substantially increased the minimum wage for all employees working at least two (2) hours per week in the Minneapolis city limits. Despite recent headlines, however, the mandatory wage for these employees will ...Read More
Minnesota’s Riparian Protection and Water Quality Practices law, the so-called buffer law, was enacted in June 2015. Affecting an estimated 110,000 acres of land, much of it farmland, the law represents one of the most sweeping environmental regulations directly affecting Minnesota’s farmers.
The law requires ...Read More