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I was approached by an asphalt paving company to resurface my driveway for an extremely low estimate. So I agreed and paid them up front. The materials they used ended up being horrendous, and the job needs to be redone. I've learned that the company I hired was from out-of-state, and now they have left the area. What are my legal options? More>>

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Karen McBride of Schweigert, Klemin & McBride answers questions about how a person can legally change their name.
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WE HAVE BEEN CONTACTED BY AN OIL COMPANY ABOUT LEASING SOME MINERALS THAT MY GRANDFATHER APPARENTLY OWNED OUT IN THE WESTERN PART OF NORTH DAKOTA.  THEY SAY WE NEED TO HIRE AN ATTORNEY TO DO A PROBATE More>>

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A former customer refuses to pay the several thousand dollars he owes me for some home repair work I completed. Can I sue him in small claims court? More>>

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I Created a will and signed a will on what was a legal form for the state of North Dakota, and signed it before witnesses. I am estranged from my mother, who is divorced from my father. However, I have More>>

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How can you make it easier for your family to handle your affairs upon death or loss of mental faculties? What are the advantages and disadvantages of guardianships and powers of attorney? Karen McBride More>>

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    Wednesday, March 19 2014 9:00 AM EDT2014-03-19 13:00:07 GMT
    My husband and I have been married for 14 years. Recently I found out that he has been having on ongoing affair for the past 3 years. I plan on filing for divorce, and have heard North Dakota is a "no-fault"
    My husband and I have been married for 14 years. Recently I found out that he has been having on ongoing affair for the past 3 years. I plan on filing for divorce, and have heard North Dakota is a "no-fault" state. My first question is what exactly does "no-fault" mean; and second, is his infidelity going to play a role in the outcome of the divorce?
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    Wednesday, March 12 2014 9:05 AM EDT2014-03-12 13:05:19 GMT
    My ex-wife and I divorced a couple years ago. The judgment dictates that I would receive parenting time 3 days per week, while my ex-wife would have primary residential responsibility. Our daughter was
    I divorced a couple years ago. The judgment dictates that I would receive parenting time 3 days per week; my ex-wife would have primary residential responsibility. Our daughter was almost 2 when the judgment was entered and now will be attending kindergarten. I know that once she begins attending school full-time my parenting time will be limited, and rather than limiting my parenting time I believe it best for her to be with me full-time. I need to know how I can accomplish this.
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