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Attorney Lucas Wynne serves individuals throughout North Dakota in the areas of business/collections, family law, criminal defense/DUI and personal injury. Call (701) 478-2929 for a free, no obligation consultation.
- DUI & DWI
- Criminal Law
Additional Practice Areas
- Flat Fee
- Drunk Driving
- Minor in Possession
- Disorderly Conduct
- Criminal Defense
- Marijuana Possession
- Sex Offenses
- Misdeameanor / Misdemeanors
- Felony / Felonies
- Drug Crumes & Charges
- Gross Sexual Imposition
- Slip and Fall
- Victims' Rights
- Free Consultation
All clients receive a free consultation
- Credit Cards Accepted
All major credit cards accepted
- Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
Attorney Lucas Wynne works with each client in an attempt to make their case more affordable by offering flat fees, payment plans upon and credit card payments.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- North Dakota
- English: Spoken, Written
- Wynne Law Firm
- University of North Dakota School of Law
- J.D. | Law
- Top Contributor
- Minnesota State Bar # 0398043
- WestLaw Next
- Thomson Reuters
Websites & Blogs
- Wynne Law Firm - St. Cloud, MN Attorney
311 Questions Answered
- Q. I live in North Dakota and a friend of mine asked me if I would adopt the baby how do I go about doing that
- A: Likely via an adoption proceeding in the state where the mother resides, your best bet is to consult an attorney in that state.
- Q. My wife has severe mental health issues. Her doctor bills are more than we can pay.
- A: The way I see it, you likely have three options: get on Medicaid, declare bankruptcy or both. Although I am not a bankruptcy lawyer, bankruptcy can actually be helpful to many low-income people who find themselves with a stack of bills they are unable to pay.
- Q. Man has his children staying with ex wife. He has rights to see them but she refuses contact. What can be done?
- A: Simple, you bring a motion in court to see the children.
- Q. Can state prosecute the same person for the same crime after they turn the case over to the federal government?
- A: You should be very careful when discussing your criminal case online - please do not share more information about this case publicly, call an attorney to discuss instead. Most offer free consultations.
- Q. my ex started a gofundme page for my daughter's medical expenses. I pay 62% of med bills. Can I get part of that money
- A: All of the money should be going towards the medical bills if that is what the page was created for - not to you and not to your ex. In fact, if either of you profit from this personally (rather than pay off the bills) a crime may have been committed.
- Q. Does joint split custody exist to where neither parent pays the other child support? Can fathers win a case like this?
- A: Even with equal residential responsibility, the person who makes more money will still be required to pay the other child support.
- Q. I was served a summons/complaint. It was NOT filed with the court. I answered and challenged the debt. What happens now?
- A: Call an attorney who deals with this type of case. They do not have to file immediately.
- Q. My husband just got a DUI. court is in one week. We are thinking of calling the cop involved to beg for mercy.
- A: Listen to your lawyer. Calling the officer will have no impact, the case is in the prosecutor's hands. Most people who attempt to negotiate with the prosecutor on their own end up digging a deeper hole.
- Q. Can you make your own child support agreement In the state of North Dakota? If both partner agree to the terms?
- A: No. Child support is according to court order and the child support guidelines.
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