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Planning for the Unexpected: We are Here to Help!
2020 has proved to have an unexpected start for all of us. As COVID-19 continues to spread across the Midwest, we have been challenged with numerous life lessons. Some good. Some bad. Some we are still […]
Fatal Car Accidents Increase Despite Fewer Vehicles on Roads During COVID-19
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety posted an alarming statistic recently regarding the amount of fatal car accidents on Minnesota roads. The Office of Traffic Safety posted a table containing the number of fatal accidents occurring […]
Guide to Estate Planning Webinar
Estate Planning Attorney Bethany Cross is offering a complimentary webinar on estate planning on April 23, 2020. CLICK HERE to register. Topics include: Do you need an estate plan? Wills vs. Trusts Probate Truths vs. Myths […]
Landlord Charged with Violating Executive Order
As most people are aware on March 23, 2020, Governor Walz issued Executive Order 20-14. That Executive Order suspended eviction proceedings and ordered Landlords not to terminate any leases unless there was illegal activity taking place […]
Business Operation During COVID-19
During these times of rapid change, Rinke Noonan remains committed to the highest standard of legal services and dedication to our clients. We Remain Open for BusinessThe safety of our employees, families, and clients is our […]
Can I Get Unemployment Insurance if I’m Self-Employed?
If you’re self-employed and out of work, don’t despair yet! You may still be eligible for unemployment insurance benefits. Typically, to qualify for unemployment benefits, you would have to show that you earned a certain amount […]
A Guide to Estate Planning
Attorney Bethany Cross hosted a webinar about estate planning. Click HERE to view a recording.
As a Grandparent Do You Have Visitation Rights?
The State of Minnesota has a statute that protects the continuation of a grandparent-grandchild relationship. A grandparent who finds him/herself cut off from contact with a grandchild can bring a motion before the court for visitation […]
When should I update my estate plan?
You have an estate plan in place, that’s fantastic. While we recommend updating your plan when there are changes to the law, there are also some other times in your life when you should review or […]
How is property transferred at death?
There are several ways property can be transferred at death. Our estate planning team is here to help you sort through the options and come up with a plan to fit your individual needs. Here are […]