Our Practice Areas
Probate & Estate Planning
Why File For Bankruptcy?
Eliminate the legal obligation to pay most or all of your debts. This is called a “discharge” of debts.
What Both Employers and Employees Should Know
These days it is all too common to hear of cases where a key person, and indeed increasingly, not seemingly “key” persons, in a...
If you own a business, it is likely you have one or more trademarks. The United States Patent and Trademark Office defines a trademark...
The Coveted Green Card
Green Card” is a common, well-known term in American vernacular, esteemed for the status it signifies, namely that of lawful permanent resident.
Small Business Investor Offerings
One of the most common problems among start-up or small companies is access to financing. Normal bank financing is usually inaccessible to young companies...
Minnesota Business Organizations
There are many different types of business organizations available in the state of Minnesota. This article is meant to give a brief introduction...
Enforcement Of Non-Competition Agreements
It is all too common these days to hear of cases where a key man or woman in a Minnesota business, who has had...
Employers of all shapes and sizes are requiring their Employees, whether at will or term, to execute employment agreements that clearly define the obligations...
Elimination of Debt
We recently ran an article regarding eliminating your debts and similar obligations without filing for bankruptcy. Many readers called us with a variety of...
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?
When consumers contemplate the option of bankruptcy, they are generally contemplating between chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcies.