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Maury D. Beaulier, Attorney at Law

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5775 Wayzata Boulevard
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St. Louis Park, Minnesota 55416

Phone(612) 240-8005
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Maury D. Beaulier, Attorney at Law, prior to his legal career, worked as an intern for Congressman Les Aspin, head of the Armed Service Committee of Congress and later appointed as the United State's Secretary of Defense. Mr.



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 Minnesota Supreme Court Rules on Urine Test for DWI Offenses

The law in Minnesota is forever changing as DWI attorneys challenge inaccurate testing for DWI cases. Review the latest changes in 2012. The Minnesota Supreme Court decided the case of State v. Tanksley on February 8, 2012. That ruling allows the State to continue using urine tests in DWI cases despite the significantly flawed nature of the test in relationship to intoxication.

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 Minnesota's Ignition Interlock

New laws in 2011, included alcohol interlock devices to shorten revocation/cancellation periods for DWI offenders.

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 Guide to Minnesota's Child Custody Laws

The author reviews Minnesota's child custody laws.

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 Interference with Parenting Time

In Minnesota, interference with parenting time can be combatted through civil and criminal proceedings. Where interference occurs, swift action is often well advised.

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 Fighting Parental Alienation

Parental Alienation involves disturbiung behaviors that seek to limit another parent's contact with their children. Combatting such conduct requires immediate action.

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 Orders for Protection (OFP) and Their Defense in Minnesota

An Order for Protection may have a significant and long lasting impact. As a result, an aggressive defense is necessary. Review this guide for details.

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 Minnesota: Chips Petition - Social Services

"Chips," as it is called, stands for a Child in Need of Help or Protection. It is codified under Minnesota Statutes Chapter 260C. Such cases can be initiated by the county or an individual and may result in the removal of a child from the family home. As a result, aggressive representation is necessary.

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 Minnesota: Juvenile Offenses & Their Impact

All too often juvenile offense are treated by parents as if they do not matter and hey will automatically be sealed when the juvenile becomes an adult. That is not always the case. As a result, aggressive representation is critical in such cases.

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 Minnesota: Terminating Parental Rights (TPR)

A Termination of Parental Rights may be voluntary or involuntary. All too often parents are pressured into relinquishing their rights based on allegations of abuse, neglect or abandonment. The consequences are significant and long lasting. A parent should never enter into such proceedings unrepresented. The result is often final.

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 Minnesota DWI Law & Its Defense

Minnesota's DWI laws are some of the harshest in the nation. Contrary to popular opinion, however, there are defenses and significant challenges available. Some of the defense do not become apparent until discovery is performed at the highest level to acquire all evidence that may be available. Before you sacrifice your future consult withan aggressive and experienced professional.

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 Minnesota: Foreclosure Avoidance and the Options

In this time of economic crisis where home values have plummeted, often real estate owners are faced with the ugly specter of foreclosure proceedings. It is important to note that there are options to save your home and/or preserve your credit rating. Review this report.

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 Minnesota's Implied Consent Attorneys and Lawyers

Under Minnesota's laws, the consequences of a test refusal when faced with a DWI arrest can be significant. The result can impact licenses, plate impoundments and even result in vehicle forfeitures. Review this summary on the law and its defense.

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 Criminal Charges for Methampehatimines & Their Defense

Minnesota has some of the most sever penalties for drug possession in the nation. That particularly applies to possession and sale of Methamphetamines. You shouold have an experienced and aggressive attorney when faced with such life alterring charges.

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 Minnesota's Tribal Courts and Family Law

Tribal courts are a similar, but different species,. To understand the laws and the process requires an experienced practioner. Review this article onthe tribal courts in Minnesota.

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 Minnesota: Interference with Parenting Time

All too often court orders are ignored. Parenting time orders are modified without consent. What is a parent to do? You do have options. Review this article on remediies to intereference with Parenting time.

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 Minnesota's Felony Assault by Strangulation

Domestic assault is a hot topic in today's legal community. With the sensitivity to domestic assault allegations, all to often there is a rush to Judgment. That is particularly true where new criminal offenses are created year after year and penalties are increased.

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 Winning DWI: Challenging the Urine Test

There are challenges to DWI charges. All too often, driver's charged feel they have no choice but to take a plea. Consulting with experienced and aggressive counsel can preserve your record.

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 Social Security: Documenting your Medical Condition and Impairment

Under both the Title II and Title XVI programs, medical evidence is the cornerstone for the determination of disability. Each person who files a disability claim is responsible for providing medical evidence showing that he or she has an impairment(s) and how severe the impairment(s) may be.

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 Social Security Disability - Use of Medical Experts

Health professionals play a vital role in the disability determination process and participate in the process in a variety of ways.

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 How is the Attorney Paid in a Social Security Disability Case?

Attorneys who represent Social Security disability claimants generally do so under a “contingency fee agreement.” That is, the client does not pay the attorney unless and until the case is resolved and Social Security benefits have been awarded.

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 Social Security Impairments

The Listing of Impairments describes, for each major body system, impairments that are considered severe enough to prevent a person from doing any gainful activity (or in the case of children under age 18 applying for SSI, cause marked and severe functional limitations).

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 What Social Security Benefits Are Available?

The Social Security Administration has established a number of different types of disability programs. Although the medical rules are similar under each program, the technical rules on eligibility set each program apart.

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 How does the Social Security Process Work?

The first step in applying for Social Security disability benefits is to complete an interview with the Social Security Administration (”SSA”). You can schedule an interview with SSA by calling them at 1-800-772-1213.

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 Social Security Disability Overview

Social Security Disability (SSDI): receiving compensation for your medical impairment.

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 Dividing Real Estate in Divorce - What Happens to the House?

The marital residence is an important part of the assets in a divorce. How that asset is divided can significantly impact the financial health of the parties in a post-divorce world. Review this article on dividing real estate in divorce.

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 Divorce and Non-Marital Claims

In any divorce case, there is usually a division of assets and a determination of each person's responsibility for debts. Every state has its own law regarding non-marital claims relating to property division in divorce. Understanding your state's laws can be critical to presenting a compelling case.

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 Fault Based Divorce vs. No-Fault Divorce

Understanding Fault based and no-fault divorce systems for divorce.

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 Divorce: Custody Evaluations

Understanding the custody evaluation and how to interact with the evaluator or Guardian Ad Litem may play a crucial role in your custody case. Review this comprehensive guide.

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 Mediation in Divorce Cases

Mediation in divorce is compulsory in many states. Understanding the process can be a critical part of any divorce case and can save parties thousands of dollars in legal fees.

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 Prenuptial Agreements

Asking serious questions about how you see finances in the marriage partnership may save you pain and money later - and might even save your marriage.

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 Custody: Relocating with Minor Children

Important issues in custody determinations when one parent seeks to relocate with minor children.

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 Spousal Maintenance/Alimony in Divorce

"Alimony" is the term used in many states for financial support paid to a ex-spouse after a divorce. In other states the term "alimony" has been replaced with the term "Spousal Maintenance" or "Spousal Support" or "Family Support." The terms, however, are synonymous.

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 Valuing a Business in Divorce

Valuing a business in a divorce is an important part of the property division. An error may affect a party significantly resulting in a loss of thousands, tens of thousands, or, in some cases, more. Understanding the importance of a valuation and how it occurs is a significant part of your case.

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 Virtual Visitation in the Computer Age

In January 25, 2006, Wisconsin became the second state in the country to pass a law allowing Judges in family court cases to allow virtual (computer) visitation.

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 What Happens in a Divorce Trial?

Any divorce matter may be resolved before trial with the parties reaching an agreement on the issues. If the parties are unable to reach an agreement on all issues, those issues that remain disputed would go to trial. That means, you can resolve portions of your case and save some time and money associated with a trial and try only those issues that remain disputed.

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 Workers’ Compensation FAQ’s

The insurance company has said that they will no longer pay for my chiropractic/medical bills, how do I get these bills paid now?

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 Workers' Compensation

Acquiring compensation for your work injury.

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 Sex Crimes: Serious Crimes with Weak Evidence

Prosecutors will tell you that criminal sexual assault and criminal sexual conduct does not occur in public. As a result, there are seldom witnesses and it is necessary to protect victims making allegations. However, is the nature of the offense truly a basis to permanently mar an innocent; defendant's record in a country where we have a strong presumption that the individual is innocent until proven guilty? Review this article on allegations of criminal sexual conduct.

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 Drug Charges and Their Defense

Drug offenses come in many varieties with one common factor, the penalties for a conviction are severe and may result in lengthy prison sentences and fines. An aggressive defense is necessary. Review this article related to drug charges and their defense.

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 Assault and its Defense

False allegations of assault occur regularly and a conviction may result in serious penalties including collateral consequences that may not be readily apparent. Review this article on assault and its defense.

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 DWI Laws: Do they violate the Constitution's Protections Against Unreasonable Search and Seizure?

Can you be compelled to provide a sample of blood breath or urine for testing or rbe charged with a crime for a refusal? Why are the DWI laws allowed to skirt constitutional protections against unreasonable search and seizure by requiring a warrantless search? Review this article to see how the laws have come under attack.

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 DWI: The Wizard, the Oracle and the Intoxilyzer Source Code

In 2008, challenges to the DWI laws are louting. Now more than ever, there a re viable defenses to basic substance of DWI law. With regard to breath testing, increasingly, the Intoxilyzer 5000 and it s source code have come under attack. Review this article regarding that defense.

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 Choosing a Divorce Process

What many people do not understand is that they may control their divorce process. Depending on the path they choose, they may be able save thousands of dollars on legal fees and reduce the length of time before a divorce is ultimately granted.

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 How to Find a Divorce Lawyer

Finding an experienced attorney for your family law matter requires asking specific questions to determine which attorney may be right for you. Choosing the wrong attorney may ultimately cost a party in the end.

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 Preparing for Divorce

Preparing for a divorce may save thousands in legal fees and expedite the proceedings.

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 Prenuptial Agreements

Prenuptial Agreements are critical for parties with premarital assets. Asking serious questions about how you see finances in the marriage partnership may save you pain and money later-and might even save your marriage.

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