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Klocker Schley Appointed to Light the Legacy Board

schley_jolene_ps_web.jpgJolene Klocker Schley has been appointed to the board of directors of the Light the Legacy and will serve a three-year term to help advance the organization's efforts to improve end-of-life care for the people of Central Minnesota.

Ebert Named to American Board of Trial Advocates

Thumbnail image for ebert_dyan_CR.jpgDyan Ebert has been named a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA). This national association of experienced trial lawyers and judges is by invitation only.  ABOTA, founded in 1957, focuses on elevating the ethical and technical standards of the legal profession for the purpose of delivering more effective representation to the general public. Learn more about ABOTA.

Myths on Wills & Probate Busted

You've worked hard, acquired assets that matter to you and you want to leave a legacy when you die. It's common for individuals to create a will when they start having children to ensure their wishes are granted, but those wills are not enough to protect against what can be a costly probate process. Today's baby boomers are seeing the effects of that personally as they experience it upon the death of their parents. 

Accommodations for Pregnant and Nursing Mothers

accommodations.jpgEmployers are required to make a variety of accommodations for pregnant and nursing mothers as well as parental leave. The Quinlivan & Hughes Employment Group provided an overview of the laws and recent changes this week at the firm's latest Breakfast Seminar. Download the presentation.

8 Ways to Better Prepare Yourself for Year-End

John WenkerThe end of the year is fast approaching. Do you have your items in order? Planning today can help you achieve your desired outcomes. We know schedules can be demanding so here are the key items to consider to better prepare yourself and your household for the end of the year. Download checklist.

New Ruling on Submission for Medical Expenses in No-Fault Claims

Cally Kjellberg Nelson A recent decision by the Minnesota Court of Appeals impacts the submissions of medical expenses in no-fault claims. The Court held that Minnesota law bars a no-fault claim where the medical provider fails to submit the medical expenses to the no-fault insurer within 6 months from the date of service or the date the health care provider knew or was informed of the correct name and address of the no-fault insurer. 

It came in a decision in the case of Western National Insurance Company v. Nguyen and pertains to Minn. Stat. § 62Q.75, subd. 3.

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