Determining fair parenting time is one of the most complicated and emotional tasks that arises during divorce or separation proceedings. Even parents who are on good terms may struggle to come up with a plan that works for both parties, the children, and remains flexible enough to accommodate schedule changes. For many parents, it is often more challenging to achieve this balance during the summer months.
The goal of Minnesota law is to simplify the probate process for the families of the deceased. However, the more property a person has at the time of his or her death, the more complex the probate process may become. Large estates may raise special tax issues that don't apply to smaller estates with limited assets.
You may have heard of the phrase caveat emptor - let the buyer beware. In the context of American real estate law, this means that the burden is upon the buyer of real property to ensure it is free of defects before agreeing to purchase it.
New businesses frequently begin on a wave of exuberance and optimism. Riding this wave, entrepreneurs often have difficulty accepting the fact that the trust and goodwill they currently have with their business partners may not be permanent. As the business develops, interests may change and new stakeholders may alter the dynamics. Even if the composition of the business remains the same, people change and relationships may sour. This can create serious problems for minority shareholders in closely held corporations when other stakeholders join forces to exclude them from the operation of the business.