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Minnesota Corrective Action Plan

Minnesota Corrective Action Plan – You need a plan!

Is there such a thing as a Minnesota Corrective Action Plan or are there laws that you should be concerned with?  No and yes.  Unfortunately, it depends on your job and the size of your employer. Thus, this law office encourages you to use the following as a guideline and or introduction to this thing […]

Minnesota attorney fees for worker compensation

Minnesota Attorney Fees for Worker Compensation – how much will it cost?

Minnesota attorney fees for worker compensation cases are governed by Minnesota Chapter 176.  Say what?  I know….this article begins with a specific reference.  This wasn’t done to confuse you – but to make the point that the cost for a worker compensation lawyer in MN is heavily regulated by rules. Yes, the cost of a […]

Edit Your Will in Minnesota

Edit Your Will in Minnesota – But really, you shouldn’t

Are you looking to edit your will in Minnesota?  First, let’s acknowledge having a Will in Minnesota is better than no will.  That being said, there are significant risks when you want to edit your will in Minnesota. Why do you wan to edit your will in Minnesota? If you need to edit your will in […]

Power of Attorney in Minnesota

Power of Attorney in Minnesota – Don’t Do This…

What is a Power of Attorney in Minnesota?  A power of attorney in Minnesota depends on the powers granted.  For this reason, please consider the following: What is a financial power of attorney in Minnesota? A financial power of attorney is a legal document which allows the drafter (commonly known as the “principal”) to name […]

Work Comp Benefits in Minnesota

Work Comp Benefits in Minnesota – 4 easy categories!

There are four types of work comp benefits in Minnesota.  They include: 1.  Wage Loss 2.  Rehabilitation 3.  Disability 4.  Medical. That said, if everybody was as happy as the couple in the picture to your right, then these benefits would always be paid by your former employer. Unfortunately, that doesn’t always happen, which is […]

Unemployment Revenue Recapture for Minnesota

Unemployment Revenue Recapture for Minnesota – Say What?

Unemployment revenue recapture for Minnesota is a somewhat of a new process.  Generally, you will receive notice by mail that the unemployment office in Minnesota is using help from the Department of Revenue to collect an unemployment overpayment. In other words, the unemployment office is trying to use your tax return to collect moneymfrom you […]

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Minnesota Unemployment Fraud

Minnesota Unemployment Fraud – Accused and Scared

What is Minnesota Unemployment fraud?  Well, Minnesota laws and rules define MN unemployment fraud in two areas. As a result, this posting will focus on the details of Minnesota unemployment fraud and issues you should consider going forward.  Minnesota Unemployment Fraud – Statute 268.18 The first area is under Minnesota’s unemployment rules.   Minnesota unemployment fraud […]

Unemployment Overpayment

Unemployment Overpayment

An unemployment overpayment is a claim by the Minnesota unemployment office that suggests you were paid to much in unemployment benefits.  Luckily, there is an appeal process such that you can affirm you were paid correctly and or defend your eligibility. Is an Unemployment Overpayment serious? Yes, an unemployment overpayment is serious and Applicants need to be diligent […]

Unemployment Appeal Minnesota

Unemployment Appeal Minnesota

The process for an unemployment appeal Minnesota depends on where you are in the process and whether you are an Applicant or an Employer. This law office represents both Applicants and Employers and is heavily experienced with all elements of an unemployment appeal Minnesota. Like that previously mentioned, the first issue is determining where you are in the process. […]

Health Care Directive in Minnesota

Health Care Directive in Minnesota – BEFORE you die!

A health care directive in Minnesota is a written document that informs others of your health care wishes. It allows you to name a person (or “agent”) to make decisions for you if you are unable to do so. Under Minnesota law, anyone 18 or older can make a health care directive. Why might I […]