Can I Avoid Taxes by Moving to Another State?
Retirees often consider moving out of Minnesota to a state with warmer weather and beautiful scenery, but what they may not realize are the potential risks as well as the potential benefits associated with relocating out […]
St. Cloud Educational Rights Advocacy Council, Inc. v. Tim Walz, Governor, et al
To view the document please click below. St. Cloud Educational Rights Appeal
Can I Avoid Probate?
“I was talking with my friend and she said I had to have a Will in order to avoid probate.” This is a common misconception. In fact, if there is a Will in place when you […]
David Meyers Presents at the Torrens Workshop for the Minnesota County Recorders Association
Examiner of Titles, David Meyers, presented to the MCRA in St. Cloud on October 25, 2019. Below is the PowerPoint presentation. Please feel free to contact David with any questions. More Than Somewhat…Torrens (002) © 2019 […]
Are There Exceptions to Pre-Lien Notice Requirements?
Pre-Lien Notice is Necessary As we have discussed before, contractors, subcontractors, and material suppliers for a building improvement project should deliver to the property owner a pre-lien notice whenever they provide labor, skill, or material to […]
Can I Evict a Tenant in the Winter Months in Minnesota?
With winter quickly approaching, it is the time of year when I begin to receive calls from landlords and tenants alike asking, “Can I evict my tenant, or be evicted by my landlord, during the winter?” […]
We Have Agreed to the Terms of Our Divorce, Do I Need a Lawyer?
Divorce does not have to be messy. There are instances where both parties are committed to reaching a fair resolution on all issues that are readily apparent to them. That is fantastic, and will ultimately result […]
New Criminal Penalties for Wage Theft: Convicted Employers May Face up to 20 Years Imprisonment and $100,000 Fine
Minnesota is cracking down on wage theft, and employers need to take notice. Previously, an employer found to have committed wage theft was subject to double the back pay owed to the employee and potential civil […]
New Employer Wage Documentation and Notice Requirements in Minnesota
The commissioner of labor and industry is authorized to investigate claims of wage theft and to review employer documentation for wage law compliance. As of July 1, 2019, several new document retention and notice requirements have […]