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  • What is an S- Corporation

    Basis for S Corp In the first tax year of the corporation, the taxable income is added to the contributed capital balance OR the tax loss is deducted from the contributed capital balance. Moreover,

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  • What is a Buy-Sell Agreement?

    Why have these types of Agreements? An Ownership Agreement sets forth predetermined outcomes with regard to certain events. As an aexample, at a certain point in the company’s existence the owners m

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  • WHat is "At Will" Employment

    Contracts A contract can change an at will employment status. this may mean an individual employment contract or one that is negotiated as part of a union. Such contracts provide prtections and ofte

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  • Harassment Restraining Orders

    The Statute The definition of harassment for purposes of a Harassment Restraining Order includes “repeated incidents of intrusive or unwanted acts, words, or gestures that have a substantial adverse

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  • Minnesota's Tribal Courts

    Minnesota's Recognized Tribes In Minnesota, there are eleven recognized tribes which include: (1) Bois Forte Band of Chippewa; (2) Fond Du Lac Band of Chippewa; (3) Grand Portage Band of Chippewa; (

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  • Methamphetamine Possession Crimes in Minnesota

    Meth: 10 grams sale; 25 grams possession or more Sale of ten grams or more of any mixture or substance containing methamphetamine, or possession of 25 grams or more of any such substance, is a first-

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  • Felony DWI in Minnesota

    The Criminal Case of Felony DWI A person may be charged with a felony – first degree – DWI under the following circumstances: (1) The driver has within the previous ten years, three or more qualifie

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  • Minnesota DWI Criminal Defense

    DWI Criminal Offenses Minnesota’s DWI laws make it a crime: 1) to drive, operate, or be in control of any motor vehicle anywhere in the state while: under the influence of alcohol, a controlled

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  • Parental Alienation Syndrome

    What is it? The syndrome recognizes that attempts at brainwashing or manipulating children at a young age may turn them against one of their parents. In most cases, the purpose of the alienation is u

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  • Fault vs. No Fault Divorce

    WAITING PERIODS In the limited states that have retained "fault designations" proving "fault" does not affect the issue as they relate to custody, spousal maintenance (alimony) or property settlement

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