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Lucas Wynne

Lucas Wynne

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  • Family Law, Divorce, DUI & DWI...
  • Minnesota, North Dakota
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Even good people find themselves in bad situations. That's why I'm here. My job is to help you get back to living your life. Whether you have been charged with a DWI or are entangled in a heated divorce or custody battle, you can rely on me to fight for you. Nobody intimidates my clients - nobody. Call me for a FREE, no obligation consultation.

Practice Areas
  • Family Law
  • Divorce
  • DUI & DWI
  • Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect
  • Education Law
Additional Practice Areas
  • Disability Law
  • Child Custody
  • Child Support
  • Paternity Actions
  • Adoption
  • Parenting Time
  • Visitation
  • Alimony/Spousal Support
  • Free Consultation
    Free thirty minute phone consultation for all new clients.
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Contingent Fees
    Contingent fees available on a case-by-case basis and as allowed under the law.
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    I work with each client in an attempt to make their case more affordable. I offer flat fees, provide payment plans upon request, and accept credit cards in most cases.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
North Dakota
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Wynne Law Firm
University of North Dakota School of Law
J.D. / Law
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Professional Associations
Minnesota State Bar # 0398043
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Thomson Reuters
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Wynne Law Firm - St. Cloud, MN Attorney
Legal Answers
170 Questions Answered

Q. This guy has two friends and he borrowed his truck to one friend, can the other friend call that truck in stolen.
A: You do not speak with the police unless your goal is to give them information that would hurt your case. You pay the bail and your boyfriend challenges the charges.
Q. Is it ilegal to open a bar that is from a TV show idea not the actual show
A: This question is too vague to provide a thoughtful response. The answer would depend on whether you are infringing on intellectual property.
Q. Does my ex wife need to have my permission to take our 15 year old daughter out of state or the country by airline??
A: Does an order currently exist?
Q. Is it illegal for me to start an LLC with one other partner if I don't intend on participating in the business?
A: The bigger issue here is addressing why you feel pressured to enter into this arrangement. The only issue that would arise is if you agreed to a certain level of participation in the LLC or voided some other contract.
Q. Am I in the right or in the wrong? Do they have concrete evidence?
A: Too little information is known to provide a concrete answer in this situation. I would need to know the contractual arrangement between you and the other party.
Q. Is it illegal to have the police department change your charges mulitibale times after you've seen a judge
A: The police department has not changed your charges, the prosecutor has. You need to lawyer up if you are facing criminal charges.
Q. How do judges determine child custody rulings in Minnesota? What can I do to win sole custody of my kids?
A: Judges use a set list of best interest factors when making any decision regarding child custody. You should not expect a ruling which awards sole custody as they are rare. With that being said, I usually suggest the collaborative law process before bringing a motion for custody as it allows you to avoid court intervention in the final decision and parties tend to be happier with the outcome.
Q. If 4 people own land & initially verbally agreed not to sell for profit would this agreement hold if one decides to sel
A: Absent some recording of the agreement, likely not. Under certain circumstances, you may be able to exercise the right to buy this individual's share before any other seller - but this is case dependent.
Q. My Husband recently (about a week) moved in with one of his mistresses after cheating on me for more than 10 years.
A: Until the father has established custody and parenting time, he does not have a right to custody and parenting time. With that being said, you should be considerate in making yourself look like the reasonable person in this situation as to best prepare yourself in the event a proceeding does occur. This particular situation is difficult to advise on without knowing more. I might suggest the collaborative law process, however, that would be case-dependent and I do not know enough about your particular situation.
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26 Roberts Street
Suite B 109-01
Fargo, ND 58102
Telephone: (701) 800-5384