Many couples that have chosen to pursue divorce expect a simple process that won’t take much time. Unfortunately, when it comes to the division of marital estates, a divorce can quickly turn into a messy situation. Couples are encouraged to become familiar with the different types of marital property and how property is divided from state to state. Identifying whether your divorce will...Read More
Obtaining a personal injury in a public space can not only be embarrassing, but the process can be quite confusing to navigate. You may be asking yourself if you fall in a public area, who is held responsible for your injury? Many people experience a slip and fall accident every day due to the negligence of property owners. Regardless of your injury type or where it occurred, it’s...Read More
Going through a divorce is already stressful for both parties, and property division can be a factor that adds even more. Couples that choose to go through with a divorce are encouraged to become familiar with their state’s laws and guidelines as every state differs. Whether you and your spouse decide to navigate property division on your own or with the help of a family law and divorce...Read More
Receiving appropriate medical care is extremely important, as communities around the country put trust in medical professionals and hospitals. There have been occurrences when medical professionals provide incorrect services and care making it incredibly necessary to report the situation to state medical boards, medical board websites, and the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA)...Read More
You’ve probably heard of spousal maintenance before, and if not, you’ve certainly heard of alimony. Well, they’re one and the same, but here in Minnesota — there are some slight differences in how spousal maintenance is handled and awarded following a divorce.
Spousal maintenance exists to preserve the lower-earning spouse’s standard of living, and...Read More
As personal injury and employment law professionals, we see a lot of work-related injuries day in and day out. It’s far more common than one might think. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that roughly 2.8 million workplace injuries and illnesses occurred in 2018 (last reported data). That number is compounded by 5,000 fatal injuries as well.
The consequences of a...Read More