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Maddy Teka, Esq.

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Maddy Teka, Esq., Legal Writer

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Maddy Teka holds a law degree from Ethiopia, and a JD and LLM from the University of St. Thomas School of Law.

Maddy worked as a diplomat in Ethiopia and has over a decade of experience practicing in different areas of law, including corporate law, international law, immigration law, and family law in both the U.S. and Ethiopia. She is a member of the Minnesota State Bar Association.

Latest Articles

  • Black History Month: An Overview

    Since 1976, every president has issued a national decree designating February as Black History Month to recognize the central role of African Americans in U.S. history. Black History Month is more than a celebration. It is also the time to reflect on the continued struggle for racial justice in the country. How did this celebration start, and why is it celebrated in February? History of the Black History Month Black History Month was first conceived when Carter G.

  • Chapter 7 Bankruptcy for LLCs: Everything You Need To Know

    Filing for bankruptcy may be the best option for certain small businesses. Go to FindLaw.com to learn more about how Chapter 7 bankruptcy works for LLCs.

  • Uncontested Divorce: Do I Have To Go to Court?

    Ending a marriage doesn't necessarily mean a legal battle with a spouse. If you and your spouse agree on the terms, you can file for an uncontested divorce. FindLaw explains the basics so you can learn how.

  • Do I Need a Lawyer for Child Support?

    Divorcing or separating parents need to consider how to financially support their children. But can they determine the specifics of child support without a lawyer? Findlaw.com has answers.

  • Supreme Court to Hear an Abortion Case Challenging Roe V. Wade

    Roe v. Wade has been the target of conservative groups since the decision was handed down in 1973. Now, for the first time in almost 50 years, the Supreme Court's holding in that landmark case is at real risk of being at least partially overturned. The conservative majority Supreme Court agreed to take on Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, a case challenging a Mississippi law that bans abortion after 15 weeks of conception.

  • Felon Voting Laws By State

    States determine whether people with felony convictions can vote. Learn your state's law in FindLaw.com's chart on felon voting rights.

  • Can I Sue My Landlord?

    You can sue your landlord and collect damages for a number of reasons. Go to Findlaw.com to learn when you can sue and the procedures you need to follow.

  • What Happens After Bankruptcy?

    When you are deciding whether to file for bankruptcy, there is a lot to take into consideration. FindLaw.com has resources to help you navigate the bankruptcy process, and understand what happens after bankruptcy.

  • When Should I File for Bankruptcy?

    Filing for bankruptcy may or may not be the best option for you right now. Go to FindLaw.com to learn more on when you should file for bankruptcy.

  • Who Can File for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

    Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows you to keep your property as long as you repay your debts in a given period of time. Learn more on who can file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy on FindLaw.com.

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