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December 2015 Archives

U.S. Supreme Court to review Minnesota breath test refusal law

In most states, including Minnesota, a driver who refuses a DWI breath test is subject to an administrative revocation of his or her driver's license. These laws are based on the concept of implied consent; when a person accepts a driver's license from the state they consent to provide a breath test when requested to do so by a police officer.

Some ways to make the holidays easier after divorce

For someone who has just gone through a divorce, the holidays can be a tough time of year. Many people in Minnesota are facing the holidays as a single person again for the first time this year. A recent article provides some tips on how to make this time of year a little easier.

Is income from a trust subject to equitable division in divorce?

In recent decades, trusts have become a popular estate planning tool in Minnesota. In a trust, the person who creates the trust places assets in the hands of a trustee to be administered in the interest of trust beneficiaries. In a typical trust, a beneficiary will receive income generated by the assets in the trust, and the trustee will have discretion to make payments of principal according to standards set forth in the trust.

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