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Lucas Wynne

Lucas Wynne

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  • Criminal Law, Personal Injury, DUI & DWI...
  • Minnesota, North Dakota
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Mr. Wynne has developed a reputation for aggressively representing clients in state and federal courts. Mr. Wynne’s cases have been featured by national, international, and local news outlets including the Associated Press, Star Tribune, National Post, Globe and Mail, and Fargo Forum. Call Mr. Wynne today at (855) GO-WYNNE for your free, no obligation consultation.

Practice Areas
  • Criminal Law
  • Personal Injury
  • DUI & DWI
  • Domestic Violence
Additional Practice Areas
  • Flat Fee
  • Drunk Driving
  • Minor in Possession
  • Theft
  • Disorderly Conduct
  • Shoplifting
  • Criminal Defense
  • Marijuana Possession
  • Sex Offenses
  • Misdeameanor / Misdemeanors
  • Felony / Felonies
  • Drug Crumes & Charges
  • Slip and Fall
  • Victims' Rights
  • Child Custody
  • Wrongful Death
Fees
  • 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
Minnesota
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North Dakota
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Wynne Law Firm
Current
Education
University of North Dakota School of Law
J.D. | Law
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Awards
Top Contributor
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Professional Associations
Minnesota State Bar # 0398043
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Certifications
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Websites & Blogs
Website
Wynne Law Firm - St. Cloud, MN Attorney
Legal Answers
423 Questions Answered

Q. Grandparent custody and moving the kids from North Dakota
A: If they have been living in North Dakota the requisite amount of time, then it may be time for a child custody proceeding to be initiated.
Q. Can the cops pull me over for any violation but ticket me for a different reason then why they stopped me
A: Maybe, it depends on the circumstances of the stop. Many lawyers, like myself, help individuals determine if their stop and arrest were legal.
Q. Mom and dad are in school together dad is 18 mom 16. Dose the father have same rights as mother to the new born baby
A: A father's rights are not there from the get-go. A child custody proceeding sounds necessary.
Q. If a court says they won't sign off on a child support agreement, what needs to be filed to correct?
A: You need to use the child support guidelines to calculate the correct amount and resubmit.
Q. What happens if a defendant does not respond to custody papers? Does that mean default custody is given to the plaintiff
A: A default judgment could occur in which you are awarded all that you have asked for in the complaint. However, the judge is still going to review that judgment to make sure the requests are compliant with the law.
Q. When I got divorced my ex and I lived in a house. In the divorce papers it says he can live there and maintain it.
A: You remind him of the divorce papers. You then sue him for the money if he fails to turn it over. But I would suggest doing so quickly as a lawsuit is only as good as the money standing behind it.
Q. Am I able to dispute a ticket that I never received? It’s been 3 years and I’m now finding out about it
A: There are some larger issues with a traffic ticket that old. Specifically, whether you have a warrant for that ticket and whether any evidence even exists anymore to prove or disprove the claim. As soon as the case is opened, yes, you could likely dispute.
Q. How can I pause child support? The father and I are living together and I no longer need child support.
A: Child support is difficult to modify, but a stipulated order may do the trick if you are now residing in the same household and sharing expenses.
Q. Help? My daughter is almost 6 and hates to go to her fathers. I have primary residential responsibility.
A: The court order must be followed. Skipping court ordered visits is likely to result in very serious problems, including giving the other party potential grounds to modify the order.
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Contact & Map
Wynne Law
1650 West End Blvd
Suite 100
St. Louis Park, MN 55416
USA
Toll-Free: (855) 469-9663
Wynne Law
26 Roberts Street N
Suite B 109-01
Fargo, ND 58102
USA
Toll-Free: (855) 469-9663
Telephone: (701) 478-2929
Wynne Law
2302 South Washington Street
Suite F
Grand Forks, ND 58201
USA
Toll-Free: (855) 469-9663