Maury D. Beaulier, Attorney at Law

Family, Immigration, Social Security, Criminal, Injury & Business Attorney

Maury D. Beaulier, Attorney at Law

Main Office
5775 Wayzata Boulevard
Suite 700

St. Louis Park, Minnesota 55416

Phone(612) 240-8005
Fax (952) 487-3504

Website maurybeaulier-mn.com/
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Law Firm Overview

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.
Beaulier's primary area of practice is criminal defense where he has been lauded as professional and aggressive often leading to favorable resolutions of client matters without a trial. In his criminal defense practice, Mr. Beaulier has worked on several high profile homicide cases, successfully seeking the early release of an inmate convicted of murder.

As a litigator, Maury has broken new ground representing farmers in contract disputes related to the transmission of disease (Johne's disease) in bovine herds. These cases have resulted in large judgments that have helped to save several family farms.

Over the past seventeen years, Mr. Beaulier has developed a large and active family law practice dedicated to providing each family law client with detailed information about every element of their case. Mr. Beaulier has been described by his clients as "skilled", "aggressive" and "dedicated" to resolving complex and emotionally charged disputes. Mr. Beaulier continues his involvement in complex family law issues which include tribal court issues and appeals. Maury Beaulier has appeared in Nationally Syndicated column by Glenn Sacks and has authored numerous articles on minority shareholder rights, privacy law, construction law, criminal law and family law.

Year this Office was Established: 1995

Languages: English.

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Additional Areas of Law: Bond Claims; Construction Litigation; Delay & Disruption Claims; Elder Care Abuse; Employment Contracts; Mold Litigation; Property Division; Psychiatric Malpractice; Scope of Work Disputes; Stucco Defects; Subcontractor & Material Agreements; Water Intrusion.


Areas of Law Description

Maury D. Beaulier, Attorney at Law provides legal representation and services in the following areas of practice:

— Business Law

We have established one of the most complete and well respected business and corporate law networks in Minnesota. Our business lawyers have a passion for winning that is only matched by creative and professional business representation. Our network of lawyers are aggressive and achieve results through flexibility, efficiency, and personalized service. We help your business succeed from incorporating small start ups to negotiating contracts, mergers and acquisitions and handling legal affairs for multi-million dollar corporations.

— Construction Law

Located in Minnesota and Wisconsin, our construction lawyers/attorneys provide representation and counseling to all participants in the construction process, including:

• Construction Company Formation;
• Construction Litigation (including creditors' claims);
• Water Intrusion;
• Construction Arbitration/Mediation;
• Stucco Defects;
• Mold Litigation;
• Construction Contract Drafting and Negotiation;
• Mechanic's Liens & Foreclosure;
• Real Estate Development and Planning;
• Construction Debt Collection;
• Subcontractor and Material agreements;
• Property Damage and Liability Issues;
• Zoning Issues;
• Bond Claims;
• Defects and Construction Failures;
• Scope of Work Disputes;
• Delay & Disruption Claims;
• Debt Collection.

— Criminal Law

We are recognized as leaders in Minnesota criminal defense matters. We have earned the respect of our peers and many of our clients are referred to us by local attorneys. Trust your defense to our criminal lawyers and invest in your future. Some of the critical issues that must be addressed in criminal cases include:
• Were your constitutional rights were violated?
• Was evidence properly seized?
• Was there reasonable suspicion for a stop?
• Was an arrest made that violated your 4th amendment rights against unreasonable search and seizure?
• Did the police explain your right to be silent before you were questioned?
• Was there a proper chain of custody for the evidence seized?

— Debtor & Creditor

Our network of debt collection professionals have years of experience assisting business owners and large corporations recover outstanding accounts receivables and bad debt. In many cases, debt collection methods may create a fear of prompt and substantial legal action resulting in recovery of most outstanding obligations without a lawsuit becoming necessary. With the skill and expertise of our network of professionals, debt collection methods have been developed that comply with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and result is substantial recoveries for creditors of all sizes including banks, landlords, homeowners associations, retail companies, manufacturers, distributors, fortune 500 corporations, credit card agencies and small businesses.

Above all, our debt collection professionals recognize that knowing when and how to settle a case is a valuable skill. Our professionals have been so successful that often collection agencies refer cases to us when they are unable to collect. If litigation is necessary, we have an experienced staff or litigation lawyers that are experienced in collection remedies including liens and garnishments.

— Divorce

Our lawyers have been recognized as leaders in divorce, family law and collaborative law. We have represented fathers, mothers, spouses, single parents, and grandparents in thousands of divorce and family law cases throughout Minnesota and Wisconsin including matters related to custody, child support, paternity, property division, abuse and more.

— Employment Law

Minnesota employment law issues include job discrimination claims related to sexual harassment, age, race, gender, pregnancy, glass ceiling, and disability. Minnesota employment law issues may also include employment contracts, manager wage & overtime claims, breach of contract claims, non-compete clauses, wrongful termination, whistle blowing, and much more.

— Estate Planning

Our Estate Planning practice group provides legal services to individual clients and their businesses. We have estate planning attorneys with extensive experience in all aspects of estate planning and are uniquely qualified to assist clients in creating estate plans that provide for the control, maintenance and disposition of their assets and insure that the estate planning objectives of the client are carried out. Our lawyers represent clients with estates of all sizes and complexities, helping them achieve their elder law and estate planning objectives.

— Medical Malpractice

Medical Malpractice is an act or omission by a health care provider which deviates from accepted standards of practice in the medical community and which causes injury to the patient. In other words, if a medical professional is negligent in their role, and it causes an injury, it may be compensable in a medical malpractice claim.

— Personal Injury

Personal Injury cases relate to injuries incurred through the carelessness, negligence or irresponsible behavior of another individual organization or business. In a personal injury case, the injured individual may recover civil damages. If you have been injured by use of product, in a car accident or through some other act of negligence, you have suffered a personal injury and should consult with a personal injury lawyer or attorney.

— Social Security

No one ever asks to be impaired or to have their ability to work limited. Yet, that is often an unforeseeable consequence of life. In fact, statistics say that as much as 25% of the population may become disabled during their lifetime. This is where social security and a social security attorney can help.

— Worker's Compensation

Workers' Compensation laws entitle employees to certain benefits when a personal injury is suffered in an accident arising out of and in the context of employment. In Minnesota, employers are required to carry workers' compensation insurance and all workers are covered with few exceptions. Benefits may include temporary total disability benefits while you can't work, payment of your medical bills, permanent partial disability benefits, or total disability benefits.

— Wrongful Death

A wrongful death occurs when one person is killed as a result of the negligence of another. Even though nothing will ever bring a loved one back, the decedent's surviving dependents or beneficiaries may be entitled to monetary damages as a result of the negligent conduct. This is the basis of a wrongful death lawsuit. In a wrongful death civil lawsuit, families may recover financial damages related to pain and suffering, lost wages, mental anguish, loss of companionship, medical costs, and other expenses including, in some cases, punitive damages. If you have lost a loved one to wrongful death, you may be eligible for damages.



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 Minnesota's Order for Protection (OFP)

Understanding the Order for Protection (OFP) and your rights can be critical to your future.

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 Liability of Employers and Payors of Funds in Child Support Matters

Employers and Payors of Funds may face contempt and other significant penalties if they fault to properly withhold proceeds from income or payments to someone who owe child support. Understanding the obligations is critical to avoiding potential liabilities.

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 Modification of Child Support Arrears

Generally, child support arrears cannot be modified by a court. However, there are exceptions which may offer solutions or negotiations that may result in reductions.

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 Prenuptial and Antenuptial Agreements in Minnesota

Retaining an experienced attorney is important part of negotiating, drafting and reviewing prenuptial contracts. Costly errors are not easily remedied, if they can be remedied at all.

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 Alimony: Changes in Spousal Maintenance: Cohabitation or Remarriage in Minnesota

Changes in Minnesota's Spousal Maintenance law may affect those who cohabitate. 

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 Minnesota's Social Early Neutral Evaluation (SENE) and Preparation

Preparing for a Social Early Neutral Evaluation may assist parties in presenting and resolving their custody and parenting time issues at a an early stage of legal proceedings.

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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: 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's Implied Consent Attorneys and Lawyers

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 Criminal Charges for Methampehatimines & Their Defense

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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

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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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 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?

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 Divorce and Non-Marital Claims

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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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 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

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 What Happens in a Divorce Trial?

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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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 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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 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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 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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