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What is a Buy-Sell Agreement?

1. Why have these types of Agreements?
An Ownership Agreement sets forth predetermined outcomes with regard to certain events. As an example, at a certain point in the company's existence the owners may determine that certain procedures are to be followed in the event another business offers to purchase the company's assets, or in some cases, some ownership interest in the company.

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Terminating an Employee - Statutory Legal Concerns in Minnesota

1. Statutory Constraints
Your local, state and federal government may pass laws which restrict the employers ability to terminate an employee. The most common restrictions relate to terminations occurring for what legislators have determined to be discriminatory or bad motives.

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Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES)

Covid-19 is a pandemic that has generated a rapid executive and legislative response with new laws and executive orders enacted rapidly to address emerging health and economic concerns. Understanding the new laws and the impact they have on companies can be critical for business risk management

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Business Obligations and Escheatment

Over the last decade, states have increased efforts to ensure compliance with their respective escheatment laws. Increased audits have been initiated in many instances to generate revenue. It is imperative that business owners and corporations understand their obligations in the escheatment (unclaimed property) laws of the state in which they operate.

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Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Covid-19 is a pandemic that has changed the way we shop, the way we socialize and the way we work. Executive orders, state and federal legislation places significant burden on businesses to manage risk by adhering to new mandates. The FFCRA is an important piece of legislation to understand.

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Will Student Loans Be Divided in Divorce

Student loans are one the most common and durable debts that a person may incur. That student loan debt is often a source of dispute when it comes to dividing assets and liabilities.

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Prenuptial (Antenuptial) Agreements in Minnesota

Marriage, among other things, is a financial union. Like any financial union, it is important to define your rights in that relationship and to protect your financial interests. That is the role that a prenuptial agreement plays.

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Child Support Modification – COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

In this unprecedented time of uncertainty, there are realities that health issues my occur and financial circumstances may change.

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Office Changes and COVID-19

Due to COVID-19 and health recommendations, we have closed our office to the public to protect the health and safety of our staff and our clients; HOWEVER we are still here working via phone and email and we are happy to assist you with your legal matters.

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Orders for Protection (OFP) - Restraining Orders in Minnesota

An order for protection is a restraining order that is entered between family or household members when domestic abuse has occurred. The OFP may prohibit the person accused of committing abuse from continuing the abuse…

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