Maury

Beaulier

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Minneapolis, MN
Practice anywhere in the state
Licensed in MN
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About Maury

Maury D. Beaulier, Esq., was raised in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Prior to his legal career, he 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.

Over the past twenty-eight 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. As a recognized speaker on legal matters, Mr. Beaulier's media appearances include:
* Air America, Minnesota AM 950 radio on child support issues.
* WBAL Radio in Baltimore regarding child support issues.
* WCCO Radio - Child Support Enforcement Tactics
* National Fox Television Program "Fox & Friends."
* Quoted in an Associated Press Article reprinted by Fox News.
* Debates with Cynthia Brown on WBAL Radio in Baltimore.
* CBS program "Eye on America" with Dan Rather.

Mr. Beaulier's also represents parties in aggressively defending against criminal charges and restraining orderswhere 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. Mr. Beaulier's work in the area of post conviction relief was highlighted in an investigative story broadcast on Channel 5, KSTP-TV regarding the innocence of a man convicted of murder.

AREAS OF PRACTICE

Business Issues (e-commerce, computer law, shareholder disputes, business formation, acquisitions and mergers, contracts, litigation, non-compete issues).

Criminal Defense (felonies and misdemeanors and both the state and federal levels including: DWI, theft, homicide, drug crimes, criminal sexual conduct, robbery, embezzlement).

Family Law (divorce, restraining orders custody, child support).

Top Case Types

Divorce: 16.67%

Child Custody & Support: 16.67%

Restraining Order: 16.67%

Driving Under the Influence/Driving While Intoxicated: 16.67%

Criminal Defense: Felonies: 16.67%

Criminal Defense: Misdemeanors: 16.67%

Clubs, Organizations & Pro-Bono Service

Minnesota State Bar Assn

Years

Languages Spoken

English

Background

Experience

Managing Attorney, MinnesotaLawyers.com

January 2008 - Pursuing

Education

Mitchell Hamline School of Law

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Pricing

Consultation: $150

Rates

Last Service Flat Fee Hourly Fee *
Consultation - $150/hr
Draft Motion $850 -
Court Appearance - Motion $600 -
Draft Uncontested Divorce - No Children (Explanation of Process and follow up) $750 -
Draft Uncontested Divorce - With Children (Explanation of Process and follow up) $850 -
DWI - FIRST OFFENSE $2000 -
Mediation Appearance and Preparation $850 -
ORDER FOR PROTECTION (Domestic Abuse Restraining Order) $2000 -
Harassment Restraining Order (HRO) $1500 -
Custody Case Representation - $250/hr
Contested Divorce - $250/hr
Hourly Fee is an approximate. Please consult with the lawyer for exact price

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