How Long Does a Divorce Take in Minnesota?
Going through a divorce is incredibly difficult for all parties involved. In general, most people want this process to be over as quickly as possible. Here, we want to discuss how long it takes a divorce to finalize in Minnesota. There are various factors involved in these cases, and no two divorce situations are exactly… read more
Fault vs. No-Fault Divorce
Do you need a legal reason to divorce your spouse in Minnesota? This may seem like an obvious question, but the reality is that most people do not know whether their state is a fault or no-fault divorce state. Distinguishing between a fault divorce and a no-fault divorce is important. Here, we want to discuss… read more
Do I Need a Lawyer for a Will?
A will is a legal document that declares who will manage your estate after you pass away. Some states are relatively modest, while others consist of an abundance of assets. Regardless of the size of your estate, having a will in place can bring you peace of mind and ensure that your wishes are followed… read more
5 Steps to Boating Safely in Minnesota
Safe boating is in everybody’s best interest. Whether you are an avid boater or just an occasional recreation boat rider, there are various ways to ensure that you and your guests are safe on the waterways in Minnesota. Boat accidents often lead to severe injuries, but here we will discuss five critical safety steps you… read more
What to Do if You’re Hit by an Uninsured Motorist
No one wants to be involved in a car accident. Unfortunately, accidents are going to occur. Thankfully, most drivers in Minnesota have automobile insurance to help cover the costs of these incidents, and uninsured driving is on the decline in the state. Minnesota operates under a “no-fault” insurance system in which drivers turn to their… read more
What is a Negligent Pedestrian?
Pedestrian accidents often result in severe injuries. The human body is simply no match for the force of the vehicle slamming into it. In many cases, pedestrian accidents are caused by the negligent or careless actions of a driver. However, there are times when the actions of the pedestrians themselves lead to accidents. Here, we… read more
What if I Am in a Car Accident and Don’t Have Insurance?
Auto insurance is incredibly important in Minnesota. Having insurance protects you and others on the roadway in the event of an accident. Operating a vehicle without having car insurance is against the law in Minnesota. Aside from the legal consequences of not having insurance, you could be on the line for tremendous expenses if you… read more
How Does Automobile Insurance Work in Minnesota?
Automobile insurance is required in the state of Minnesota. Just like every other state in the country, Minnesota sets car insurance coverage requirement minimums to ensure that, when accidents happen, those involved have a way to secure compensation for their losses. When a person buys insurance, the policy covers the person who purchases the insurance… read more
COVID-19: Fatal Car Crashes on the Rise in Minnesota
The state of Minnesota, as well as the rest of the United States, has been dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. This unprecedented health crisis has led to drastic measures being taken, including stay-at-home orders mandated by the government. While this has undoubtedly lessened the amount of traffic on the roadways by as much as 72%… read more
Will for Workers
Estate Planning for Mankato Medical Professionals With everything going on these days, Knutson + Casey knows that our first responders, nurses, doctors and other hospital staff are working overtime to keep our families safe. So to help support health care professionals and first responders in Mankato, Knutson + Casey is offering free basic Wills, Health… read more