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  • Mortgages in the time of Covid 19

    By Sam Calvert, Attorney At Law |

    Blog by Sam Calvert, Attorney at Law

    These are incredibly unusual times, of course.

    If you are a homeowner, there may be some help available to you. If your mortgage is owned by one of the two very large "government sponsored enterprises" you may be able to get some relief. One of these two is Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA), commonly

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  • More wages will be protected from garnishment

    By Sam Calvert, Attorney At Law |

    Blog by Sam Calvert, Attorney at Law

    The Minnesota Legislature recently passed a small but helpful change in the garnishment law.

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  • Common Mistakes People Make When In Debt

    By Sam Calvert, Attorney At Law |

    Blog by Sam Calvert, Attorney at Law

    Over the years, education loans, medical bills, and mortgage repayments can soon pile up, which can leave you saddled with debt. So to help you avoid making basic errors when dealing with insurmountable debt, Sam Calvert, Attorney at Law, has put together a list of the most common mistakes people make when in debt.

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  • Season’s Greetings from Sam Calvert, Attorney at Law

    By Sam Calvert, Attorney At Law |

    Blog by Sam Calvert, Attorney at Law

    We wish you Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year!

    If you need any assistance from us during the holiday season, feel free to get in touch with us by clicking here

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  • Subd. 26.Health savings accounts; medical savings accounts.

    By Sam Calvert, Attorney At Law |

    In 2018 the Minnesota legislature added an exemption to state law to protect health savings accounts (“HSA”) and medical savings accounts (MSA) up to $25,000.00 from creditors, other than divorce court/child support orders.

    The new law, effective August 1, 2018 says that the following is exempt:

    (a) All money held in a health savings account, as defined in the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, section 223(d), as amended, up to a present value of $25,000.

    (b) All money held in a medical savings account, as defined in the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, section 220(d)(1), as amended, up to a present value of $25,000.

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