Current Theisen Law policies under COVID-19

At this juncture, we can continue working from home, and serving our clients via phone, email, and fax. Mail is forwarded home. We keep limited hours at the office but can pick up documents there.   We anticipate gradually reopening within…

Theisen Law Newsletter April 10, 2020

Good Friday to you! I have been trying to blog & update on these topics, so wanted to take a moment to summarize and update, since information seems to get stale after a few days. Theisen Law policies during the Stay at Home order New…

Update on SBA grant/loans and unemployment for the self-employed

The Minnesota Department of Employment & Economic Development (DEED, or unemployment department, if you eschew euphemistic titles) recently published this article which is a fairly good update on the programs available for small businesses…

SBA Grants for Small Businesses & Self-employed

https://youtu.be/JSu7Q4EeOOw A huge part of last week’s CARES legislation included relief for small businesses, including SBA grants for subsidizing payroll, rent, & utilities for 8 weeks. It starts out like a loan, but will be forgiven…

Minnesota Unemployment Benefits for the Self-employed

Minnesota Unemployment benefits for the Self-employed Here is an update on unemployment benefits for the self-employed in Minnesota as of Tuesday morning March 31. The Department of Employment and Economic Development’s website still…

Bankruptcy, Courts, and the Coronavirus in MN

This office takes the threat of the Coronavirus very seriously. We will follow, and go above and beyond, all government directives to ensure the safety of our clients, staff, and the public in general. The good news is that a lot of the work…