St. Paul Family Law And Criminal Defense Blog

What is communication coaching?

Many Minnesota couples seeking to end their marriages have problems communicating. A breakdown in communication is something a lot of couples wish to avoid, as it can drag out the divorce process and make co-parenting after the divorce problematic. This is why some...

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What are the consequences of DWI?

In Minnesota, you are considered legally drunk if your blood alcohol concentration level is 0.08 or higher. The Department of Public Safety defines the limit as lower for those driving commercial vehicles at 0.04. If you are driving with a lower blood alcohol...

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Are you married to a narcissist?

Every marriage has its difficulties. If you and your spouse have disagreements, argue and frustrate one another, you are certainly not alone. But if you feel like your partner always makes everything about him- or herself and tries to put you down, you may...

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What are the penalties for underage DWI?

Drinking and driving is a crime in Minnesota no matter what your age. However, when you are under the age of 21 and found to be drinking and driving, the penalties are a bit harsher. The effects of a DWI conviction will follow you for many years and could affect...

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What are grounds for divorce in Minnesota?

In order to successfully file for a divorce, you must have the grounds to do so. This means that you will need to pay attention to the law before filing to ensure that your marital situation will meet the criteria. The state laws in Minnesota determine the grounds for...

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Will you pay manimony when you divorce?

If you are a married Minnesota woman thinking about divorce, you need to know about manimony and how this relatively new phenomenon could affect you. Remembering that spousal support used to go by the name of alimony, Wife.org explains that the new version of alimony...

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