On May 29, 2013, in the case of Haefele v. Haefele, the Minnesota Supreme Court reversed the Minnesota Court of Appeals and held that when calculating a self-employed parent's income for purposes of determining child support, the court must first ...Read More
On May 14, 2013 Minnesota officially became the 12th U.S. state to approve same sex marriage when Governor Mark Dayton appeared before a crowd outside the state capitol in St. Paul to sign a marriage equality bill into law. ...Read More
Reading your divorce decree is not exactly a fun task. Not only is reviewing the document dissolving your marriage emotionally difficult for many people, the documents are usually full of "legalese" and not always drafted with any eye toward ...Read More
In Minnesota divorce cases, trial judges have significant power to determine when and how to award marital assets. Rarely are their decisions overturned on appeal.
Even before a divorce is final, judges have the power to permanently divide or dispose of marital assets. ...Read More
No business wants to be sued by an employee or former employee. It is expensive to defend employment lawsuits. In addition, such litigation is time consuming for management and may decrease company morale. There is a means by which ...Read More
Many time, a significant discussion needs to occur early on in a divorce case about the possible benefits of securing expert witnesses to help with the divorce.
In divorce cases, the expert witnesses needed may vary. Expert witnesses can include real estate appraisers, forensic accountants, business ...Read More