People facing bankruptcy are often afraid that they can never qualify for credit again. The knowledgeable bankruptcy attorneys at Hess & Jendro Law Office, P.A. can assist with post-bankruptcy financial strategies.
Alimony is called spousal maintenance in Minnesota. The state's laws were amended in 1984 to favor permanent spousal maintenance awards in some cases. However, as there are no percentage guidelines to determine the amount granted, this can be the most disputed part of your divorce. You can count on the dedicated Minnesota divorce attorneys at Hess Law, P.A. to defend your rights to fair compensation.
You are ready to sell your property or refinance. All the paperwork is ready, everything is proceeding smoothly, and then you hit a roadblock. A mechanic's lien has been filed against your property. You knew nothing about it. So how did it happen? Unfortunately, as the current property owner, you are responsible for payment, even if you have already paid the direct contractor. The qualified real estate attorneys at Hess & Jendro Law Office, P.A. can guide you to a successful resolution of your mechanic's lien problem.
Contracts are written to protect parties to an agreement. What happens when one party does not perform their side of the agreement? Imagine that you or your business ordered 1,000 widgets and received 1,000 gumballs. What then? Unless the widget supplier has a legitimate reason for not performing any of the contract's terms, they have breached the contract. An Elk River business litigation attorney at the Hess & Jendro Law Office, P.A. can assist you in pursuing the damages you are entitled to in a breach of contract situation.
When businesses default on their loans, both lenders and business owners lose. In this tough economic climate, it is easy for businesses to get behind. However, when creditors work with borrowers, rather than "throwing out the baby with the bath water," mutually beneficial solutions can be found. Commercial loan workouts protect mortgage holders' investments while relieving pressure on businesses, allowing them to avoid bankruptcy and get their back payments back on track.