Criminal Defense : Family & Divorce Law : Professional License & Maltreatment : Child Protection Defense : Estate Planning : Tax Law : Appeals : Juvenile Defense

January 2015 Archives

Extra police patrols and DWI enforcement planned throughout Minnesota for Super Bowl Sunday

While the Minnesota Vikings season ended weeks ago, football fans across the Minneapolis metro-area are likely still gearing up for this Sunday's Super Bowl. For many, a Super Bowl tradition includes having or attending a party where alcohol is served.

How can couples who live together account for shared property, assets and debt

According to statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau, as of 2012, roughly 47 percent of U.S. adults over the age of 18 were not married. Of single U.S. adults, nearly 40 percent are divorced while the remaining 60 percent have never been married. Statistics from 2011 show that an estimated 12 percent of adult U.S. couples who live together are not married.

Defending against sexual assault charges

From unwanted touching of a sexual nature to attempted rape, when pursing criminal charges, many states classify crimes of a sexual nature under the umbrella term of sexual assault. Depending on the nature of the accusations and ages of involved parties, charges related to sexual assault may be prosecuted as misdemeanors or felonies. Any criminal conviction related to a sex crime has serious consequences and those facing such charges would be wise to contact a criminal defense attorney.

Finding a way to heal and move on after a divorce

In this blog, we talk a lot about the divorce process and how individuals planning to divorce can best prepare. While discussing the legal aspects of divorce and factors related to dividing property and deciding child custody matters are certainly important and hopefully helpful, the truth is the divorce process doesn't really end once a settlement has been negotiated or a divorce decree signed.

Why it's important to contact an attorney after a DUI arrest

Individuals who are facing criminal charges related to drunk driving often have many questions and concerns and are justifiably scared. As soon as possible after one's arrest on DUI charges, it's wise to contact a criminal defense attorney who can investigate the circumstances of one's arrest and evidence related to a case.

Handling debt in a divorce

When spouses choose to divorce, steps must be taken to untangle their shared finances and financial responsibilities. In many cases, divorcing spouses are able to avoid litigation and, with the help of their respective attorneys, work out the terms related to the division of marital property and assets. In addition to ensuring assets are divided, many divorcing couples also carry considerable amounts of shared debt which must also be accounted for and divided.

Are marital problems keeping you up at night?

Minneapolis area residents have likely heard about the negative physical and mental health effects of having too much stress can have on one's life. From meditation and exercise to prescription medications and cognitive therapies, the news is full of stories about how to lower stress levels.

Trial questioning constitutionality of Minnesota's Sex Offender Program to begin next month

Last month, a 50-year-old Minnesota man learned he will be released from the secured facility which he has called home for the last 22 years. While still a teenager, the now 50-year-old man was convicted of "sexually assaulting two women" and was committed to Minnesota's Sex Offender Program.

Why divorce is on the minds of many this January

It's January and with the 2014 holiday season behind us, many Minneapolis area residents are looking forward to making good on their 2015 resolutions. For some married individuals, the holidays were not filled with the love, joy and happiness that many experience and instead served to confirm that big changes are necessary this year.

Dividing property, assets and debts in divorce

A major element of dissolving a marriage is to sever financial ties between divorcing spouses with regard to shared property, assets and debts. Aside from child custody issues, matters related to the division of property and assets are among the most important and potentially divisive that must be negotiated and settled.

We Can Help. Contact Us.

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information
disclaimer.

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.

close

Privacy Policy

Groshek Law PA
530 N 3rd St.
Suite 310
Minneapolis, MN 55401

Phone: 612-424-5829
Phone: 612-424-5829
Minneapolis Law Office Map

Call for a consultation