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Maury Devereau Beaulier

Maury Beaulier’s Legal Guides

72 total


  • DWI - Minnesota's B-Card

    The B-Card is a "restricted driver's license" with a no-alcohol/drug restriction. The B-Card provides a repeat DWI offender with an opportunity to become validly relicensed to drive after cancellation for a third or subsequent impaired driving incident. To be eligible, the offen...

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  • Arrested in Minnesota? What Now?

    1) What happens if I get arrested? What should I do - or not do in this type of situation? Even before you are arrested, you should be wary of what you say to officers. If you believe that an investigation is focusing on you and that police are looking at potential charges, you s...

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  • Search & Seizure: Warrant Exceptions

    Consent Searches A person may voluntarily agree to a search. In so doing, they waive their Fourth Amendment rights. The search must still be narrowly tailored to the consent given. However, anyth

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  • DWI - Minnesota's Alcohol Interlock 2011

    Starting July 1, 2011, Minnesota Statutes will allow drivers with multiple DWI offenses to reinstate their license at an earlier time with an alcohol interlock device installed in their vehicle. The law will also require an alcohol interlock device on vehicles for first offender...

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  • Parenting Consultants Post-Divorce

    All too often, disputes regarding custody and parenting time do not end with the final divorce degree or paternity order. When parenting disputes arise regarding legal custody decisions, parenting time issues or even modifications, there are options available to parties outside o...

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  • Dividing Retirement Plans in Divorce

    Deferred compensation refers to pension plans, 401K plans, IRAs and other retirement assets. Such plans are divisible as part of a property settlement in divorce regardless of which party is named on the plan. How they are divided depends on the value and nature of the asset. Pe...

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  • A Guide to the Complete Divorce Process

    An outline of the complete divorce process, from start to finish.

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  • Terminating an Employee -Statutory Legal Concerns in Minnesota

    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 occurr

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  • Legal Fees in DIvorce

    Use of Assets It is generally acceptable for parties to liquidate marital assets in order to pay their legal fees. that use of assets must be disclosed as part of the divorce proceedings and may gen

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  • How Much Will a Divorce Cost?

    WRITTEN RETAINER AGREEMENTS Your attorney is required to provide you with a written retainer agreement identifying the costs and hourly fees that will apply to your case. It is important that you re

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