The value of complicated expungements

The value of complicated expungements On behalf of Ryan & Grinde, Ltd. posted in blog on Thursday, September 7, 2017. Having a criminal record in Minnesota can hamper a person’s efforts to get a job or a professional license. It may also cause a bit of embarrassment. It is often well worth it to look into the […]

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The financial costs of a DUI

The financial costs of a DUI On behalf of Ryan & Grinde, Ltd. posted in blog on Tuesday, July 11, 2017. If you are charged and convicted of DUI, the costs go well past the fine. To start with, the maximum fine for a felony first-degree charge is $14,000. At the other end of the spectrum is […]

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An Overview of Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

An Overview of Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy On behalf of Ryan & Grinde, Ltd. posted in Bankruptcy on Wednesday, January 25, 2017. Nobody enjoys having to file for bankruptcy; however, many people run into unfortunate circumstances in life and are forced to declare bankruptcy. When people are thinking about how to get back […]

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Federal officials acknowledge junk science is making it into court

Federal officials acknowledge junk science is making it into court On behalf of Ryan & Grinde, Ltd. posted in Criminal Law on Friday, December 2, 2016. For defendants in legal proceedings, forensic evidence can be just as confusing as the legal terms. Because many people may not have a degree in science, they may not […]

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Health Care Directives

Health Care Directives | Ryan & Grinde, Ltd. On behalf of Ryan & Grinde, Ltd. posted in Estate Planning on Tuesday, October 18, 2016. By: Masood Dehnavifar Why Does a Person Need a Health Care Directive? A health care directive is extremely helpful in situations where a person is still alive, but lacks capacity to […]

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4 things to know when divorcing in senior years

4 things to know when divorcing in senior years On behalf of Ryan & Grinde, Ltd. posted in Family Law on Wednesday, October 5, 2016. For many couples, “Till death do us part” is no longer uttered with the same zest that it was in the past. Divorce has become an integrated part of society, […]

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CFPG proposes new debt collection rules to better protect consumers

CFPG proposes new debt collection rules to better protect consumers On behalf of Ryan & Grinde, Ltd. posted in Bankruptcy on Monday, August 22, 2016. A phone ring. It shouldn’t strike fear into anyone. But for some 70 million consumers whose debt is in collections, it is not just a ring. It is an attack […]

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Effects of a wage increase during a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Effects of a wage increase during a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy On behalf of Ryan & Grinde, Ltd. posted in Bankruptcy on Wednesday, August 17, 2016. Individuals and married couples in Minnesota who are having difficulty making ends meet due to overwhelming debt frequently choose to file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy relief. Chapter 13 is a […]

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The “Rocket Docket” Blasts Into Olmsted County Court!

The “Rocket Docket” Blasts Into Olmsted County Court! On behalf of Ryan & Grinde, Ltd. on Wednesday, June 29, 2016. Litigation. A word that causes the fearless to fear; a process that does not make one’s bucket list. Black’s Law Dictionary defines litigation as a legal action, including all proceedings therein. The emphasis is added […]

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Help! I’m getting a divorce and I’m broke

Help! I’m getting a divorce and I’m broke On behalf of Ryan & Grinde, Ltd. posted in Family Law on Tuesday, May 17, 2016. Divorce and financial challenges go hand-in-hand for many people. Money is frequently cited as a leading cause of divorce, and when that divorce occurs, people find themselves with one income to […]

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