Tifanne Wolter

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Top Rated Family Law Attorney in Maple Grove, MN

Henningson & Snoxell, Ltd.
 | 6900 Wedgwood Road, Suite 200
Maple Grove, MN 55311
Phone: 763-333-7506
Fax: 763-560-0119
Selected To Super Lawyers: 2021
Selected To Rising Stars: 2014 - 2018
Licensed Since: 2002
Practice Areas:
  • Family Law
    Attorney Profile

    Tifanne Wolter joined Henningson & Snoxell, Ltd., in April 2016, and since that time, she has focused her practice exclusively on family law matters, representing clients throughout the Twin Cities metropolitan area from the firm’s office in Maple Grove, Minnesota. She attended Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota, where she studied political science and sociology and received a Bachelor of Arts in 1999. 

    Ms. Wolter remained in the state for her legal education at what was then known as Hamline University Law School, and she was trained in dispute resolution and received a certificate for that topic before graduating with her Juris Doctor in 2002. She then worked for two area legal aid providers, where she handled a variety of matters for her clients, including family law, landlord-tenant disputes, bankruptcy and unemployment compensation before leaving for private practice in November 2005. Ms. Wolter has been admitted to practice before all Minnesota state courts since 2002.

    Many of Ms. Wolter’s clients are people who are going through a divorce and who need assistance in dealing with such legal issues as parenting time, alimony, child support and the division of marital property. Her extensive training in mediation and collaborative law often allows her to help them avoid a protracted courtroom battle by coming to an accord on those matters through the use of those alternative dispute resolution methods. In addition to her matrimonial practice, Ms. Wolter has represented people who have been the victim of domestic violence and who are seeking orders of protection from the court, and she has also handled cases involving paternity establishment and disputes. She holds a perfect 10.0 “Superb” peer review rating through Avvo and has lectured extensively on family law topics.

     
    Practice Areas
    • 100%Family Law
    Focus Areas

    Alimony & Spousal Support, Child Support, Custody & Visitation, Dissolution, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Name Change, Paternity, Prenuptial Agreements, Marital Property, Mediation & Collaborative Law, Same Sex Family Law, Father's Rights

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    Super Lawyers: 2021 Rising Stars: 2014 - 2018

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    About Tifanne Wolter

    Admitted: 2002, Minnesota

    Professional Webpage: https://www.hennsnoxlaw.com/attorneys/tifanne-wolter

    Honors/Awards:

    • Top Women Attorney's in Minnesota by Super Lawyers for 2018
    • Super Lawyers, Rising Star 2014-2017
    • 10.0 Superb Rating as a Top Family Attorney as rated by the AVVO directory

    Special Licenses/Certifications:

    • Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution from Hamline University School of Law, 2002

    Bar/Professional Activity:

    • United States District Court for the District of Minnesota
    • Collaborative Law Institute: 2006 – 2010
    • Minnesota Women Lawyers: 2014 – present
    • Minnesota State Bar Association - Family Law Section, Past Chairperson, 2015, 2020
    • Minnesota
    • Minnesota State Bar Association, Family Law Section, Chairperson, 2014, 2019
    • Minnesota State Bar Association, Family Law Section, Publication Committee, Chair, 2010 - 2012
    • Minnesota State Bar Association - Family Law Section, Assembly Representative, 2015 - 2018
    • Minnesota State Bar Association - Family Law Section, Assembly Representative and Vice Chairperson., 2018
    • Minnesota State Bar Association - Family Law Section - Assembly Representative, 2016 - 2017
    • Minnesota State Bar Association, Family Law Section, Vice Chair, 2013, 2018

    Pro bono/Community Service:

    • Legal Aid
    • Volunteer Lawyers Network: 2006 – 2009
    • Legal Assistance Clinic Hennepin County: 2006 - 2009

    Scholarly Lectures/Writings:

    • Social Media & Its Impact on Family Law, 2019, Association of Family & Conciliation Court, Continuing Education
    • Advising your clients on their use of the internet, protecting their email and financial account information along with the dos and don’ts regarding their use of social media during pending custody or marriage dissolution litigation, Presenter, Would You Want the Judge to Know That?, Minnesota State Bar Association, 2017
    • Family Law Institute: How Divorce Impacted My Practice, 2019
    • Discover all the dirty tricks divorcing spouses use, how they can derail the case, and how to prevent and resolve them, presenter, Divorce Law: Concealing Assets, Electronic Spying and Other Dirty Tricks Exposed, National Business Institute, 2020
    • Presentation at the Family Law Institute discussing social media in the context of divorce, presenter, Social Media Issues in Family Law When the Genie Won’t Go Back into the Bottle, Minnesota CLE, 2020
    • Do you have the knowledge and tools you need to locate, value and divide all the marital debts and assets? Our experienced faculty will guide you through the essential steps of equitable distribution of assets and debts and will tackle common issues that can cause future problems, presenter, Asset and Debt Division in Divorce, National Business Institute, 2020
    • No matter how well-trained, highly organized and experienced you are, we all make mistakes. A paralegal's mistake in a divorce case can affect a client's life for years to come. We've asked experienced practitioners to compile a list of the most common issues they face in family law practice and offer their solutions, presenter, Mistakes Even Experienced Family Law Paralegals Make, Institute for Paralegal Education, 2020
    • Taxes and retirement assets are the primary focus of this divorce law update. Dividing a single household into two has a plethora of potentially disastrous tax and retirement consequences, especially in light of recent legislative changes. Get the latest information and tools you'll need to predict outcomes and prevent them from derailing settlements, presenter, Tax and Retirement Issues in Divorce: QDROs, 1041s and More, National Business Institute, 2020
    • Complex assets, domestic violence allegations, custody battles and other issues can quickly turn a divorce case complicated. To get through these tough situations with the client on top, you really need to know what you're doing. This beyond-the-basics program will show you how to read complicated financial records, prepare QDROs, obtain electronic evidence and much more, presenter, Paralegal’s Guide to Complex Divorce Cases, Institute for Paralegal Education, 2020
    • Do you know all the latest capabilities of smartphones, the information they contain, and effective ways to get it? Discover the types of data you can obtain and explore effective request, retrieval, preservation and authentication options. Get the information you need to effectively represent your clients' interests in divorce, presenter, Smartphone and Social Media Evidence in Family Law, National Business Institute, 2020
    • Tax returns and other financial records offer a treasure trove of information to those who know what they're looking for. If you suspect a client's spouse is squirreling away assets or income, then this guide is for you! Get the information you need to ask the experts the right questions - and discover how to do some of your own investigating when hiring a professional doesn't make financial sense. Read line-by-line through tax returns, analyze checking and savings account statements, spot suspicious activity in business documents and much more, presenter, Discovering Hidden Assets in Divorce, National Business Institute, 2020
    • TCJA is three years old, yet its rippling effects are still re-shaping family law practice. And that is just one of the multitude rules changes you need to know. This practical instruction offers a digest of the critical updates in evidence, equitable assets division and divorce agreements crucial to your practice, presenter, Divorce 2020: New Laws, Tax Rules and Trends, National Business Institute, 2020
    • Do you have the knowledge and tools you need to locate, value and divide all the marital debts and assets? Our legal guide will walk you through the essential steps of equitable distribution of assets and debts and will tackle common issues that can cause future problems, presenter, Asset and Debt Division in Divorce, National Business Institute, 2020
    • Family law is growing increasingly more complex. The potential complications of high-wealth or high-conflict divorce can intimidate some attorneys into shying away from such cases. Do you have the skills to step up to the plate? We've compiled the most confounding and involved issues you're likely to encounter in your practice and put our attorney faculty to the task of demonstrating how to successfully tackle them, presenter, Family Law: Advanced Issues and Answers, National Business Institute, 2020
    • Divorce can be financially damaging. Tracking down all assets, knowing their value, their tax pitfalls and how to divide them will help your client stay secure after that final decree has been signed. This guide will show you how to deal with asset and tax issues in divorce, with a special focus on complex assets like stocks and retirement plans, presenter, QDROs, Taxes, and Asset Issues in Divorce, National Business Institute, 2020
    • Do QDROs have you feeling overwhelmed? Can you confidently navigate the convoluted and complex issues in divorce litigation discovery? This guide will provide you with real-world know-how and strategies for handling some of the biggest conundrums paralegals encounter in family cases, presenter, Advanced Family Law for Paralegals, Institute for Paralegal Education, 2020
    • Do you ever feel overwhelmed handling issues throughout the divorce process? Are you looking for valuable tips and techniques to manage these issues? This comprehensive guide is designed to provide paralegals with essential knowledge, how-to's and best practices for handling the key tasks and unique issues of divorce cases. Enhance your skills and walk away with sample intake questions, checklists, discovery requests, and more, presenter, Handling the Divorce Case from Start to Finish: A Paralegal’s Guide, Institute for Paralegal Education, 2020
    • With multiple details to keep track of in divorce litigation, there is no time for costly and time-consuming mistakes. This essential guide will sort through issues that trip up those handling divorce and gain valuable tips to avoid them. Stay on top of client intake to make sure no critical details are being missed. Develop ways to ensure that no stone goes unturned in the search for pertinent information in discovery, presenter, Divorce Litigation: Avoiding Common Mistakes, National Business Institute, 2020
    • Social media, smartphones and other electronic devices can provide a wealth of evidence in divorce litigation. Do you know where to look and how to obtain this critical information? This essential guide will explore how to navigate through social media accounts, smartphones, surveillance and GPS devices, computers and laptops to get what you need, presenter, Divorce: Gathering Evidence From Electronic Devices, National Business Institute, 2020
    • Social media, smartphone and email evidence play an increasing role in the outcomes of family law cases. Do you know what information can be gathered and how it can be used? Find out where to look to find the critical details hidden within the devices, stored online and retained on social media companies' servers. This essential guide will provide you with the fundamental aspects of using electronic evidence in divorce, including preservation and spoliation, investigating and retrieving key evidence, and successfully gathering information from other parties, presenter, What Family Law Paralegals Need to Know about Smartphone, Text and Social Media Evidence, Institute for Paralegal Education, 2020
    • Dealing with the financial and emotional aspects of family law cases can be extremely difficult. Paralegals can prove to be a significant asset in navigating through the trying circumstances in these cases. This insightful course will walk you through some of the most difficult issues faced in family law and how you can help clients and attorneys get through them, presenter, Top Challenges for Family Law Paralegals, Institute for Paralegal Education, 2020
    • Are you up to date on the latest approaches of using electronic evidence in family law and the rules governing it? This practical legal guide will give you up-to-the-minute advice on finding, authenticating and contesting information in emails and texts, social media and messengers, and other sources of ESI., presenter, ESI Challenges in Family Law, National Business Institute, 2020
    • Do you ever feel overwhelmed handling issues throughout the divorce process? Are you looking for valuable tips and techniques to manage these issues? This comprehensive guide is designed to provide paralegals with essential knowledge, how-to's and best practices for handling the key tasks and unique issues of divorce cases. Enhance your skills and walk away with sample intake questions, checklists, discovery requests, and more. Don't miss this opportunity to hone your skills as a family law paralegal., presenter, Handling the Divorce Case from Start to Finish: A Paralegal’s Guide, Institute for Paralegal Education, 2019
    • So much of a divorce case hinges on the assets. As a paralegal, it's your job to uncover hidden assets, help put together financial statements and assist with divvying up retirement assets and property. Do you have the financial savvy, attention to detail and practical skills required to ensure it's all done correctly? This guide will show you how to be efficient and effective when handling financial issues in divorce. From asset analysis to support calculations, QDROs and taxes, gain the "how-to's" you need to protect your client's future financial security, presenter, Financial Issues in Divorce for Paralegals, Institute for Paralegal Education, 2020
    • Are you well-versed in putting together a solid prenuptial agreement? Are you prepared to advise your client on every critical element of the agreement? This insightful guide will walk you through the essentials that make an agreement enforceable, along with ways to efficiently draft, negotiate, modify or challenge the agreement. Protect your clients' interests, presenter, Prenuptial Agreements: The Ultimate Guide, National Business Institute, 2019
    • Are you getting the most out of divorce depositions? Can you apply the rules of evidence with precision? This guide will share tips and tactics for key stages of the divorce litigation process. Take your skills to the next level and improve settlement or trial results, presenter, Advanced Divorce Litigation, National Business Institute, 2019
    • What statutes apply to parenting time modifications? When is a modification significant enough to be a “restriction” on parenting time? How does the recent statutory change that a modification request to 50/50 time is not to be considered a restriction affect modifications? Does the 25% parenting time presumption apply to modifications of parenting time?, presenter, Answers to Common Questions about Parenting Time, Minnesota CLE 2018 Family Law institute, 2018
    • Family law cases are extremely document intensive. Are your firm's case management practices and tools all they can be? This guide will provide you with a solid case management plan so you can meet deadlines and keep cases organized. You'll also receive practical tips for dealing with discovery, financial statements and more that you can put to work immediately. Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your value, presenter, Case Management 101 for Family Law Paralegals, Institute for Paralegal Education, 2019
    • Are you confident you can successfully navigate through the latest rules to get your key evidence admitted in a divorce case? Social media, smartphones and other electronic evidence are changing the way divorce discovery has to be done. This essential guide will walk you through this evolving area of divorce with effective techniques to help you succeed at getting essential evidence authenticated and admitted, presenter, Authenticating and Admitting Evidence in Divorce, National Business Institute, 2019
    • Family law is growing increasingly more complex. The potential complications of high-wealth or high-conflict divorce can intimidate some attorneys into shying away from such cases. Do you have the skills to step up to the plate? We've compiled the most confounding and involved issues you're likely to encounter in your practice and put our attorney faculty to the task of demonstrating how to successfully tackle them. Gain from their collective experience and sharpen your professional edge., presenter, Family Law: Advanced Issues and Answers, National Business Institute, 2019
    • Social media, smartphones and other electronic devices can provide a wealth of evidence in divorce litigation. Do you know where to look and how to obtain this critical information? This essential guide will explore how to navigate through social media accounts, smartphones, surveillance and GPS devices, computers and laptops to get what you need. Ensure you have left no stone unturned when gathering this critical electronic evidence., presenter, Divorce: Gathering Evidence From Electronic Devices, National Business Institute, 2019
    • With multiple details to keep track of in divorce litigation, there is no time for costly and time-consuming mistakes. This essential guide will sort through issues that trip up those handling divorce and gain valuable tips to avoid them. Stay on top of client intake to make sure no critical details are being missed. Develop ways to ensure that no stone goes unturned in the search for pertinent information in discovery. Guide your divorce case through litigation while sidestepping top mistakes., presenter, Divorce Litigation: Avoiding Common Mistakes, National Business Institute, 2019
    • With multiple details to keep track of in divorce litigation, there is no time for costly and time-consuming mistakes. This essential guide will sort through issues that trip up those handling divorce and gain valuable tips to avoid them. Stay on top of client intake to make sure no critical details are being missed. Develop ways to ensure that no stone goes unturned in the search for pertinent information in discovery. Guide your divorce case through litigation while sidestepping top mistakes., presenter, Divorce Litigation: Avoiding Common Mistakes, National Business Institute, 2019
    • QDROs and tax issues are critical in determining a fair divorce settlement. Do you have what it takes to navigate through these critical areas efficiently? This essential guide will provide you with the knowledge you need to carefully analyze QDROs for both defined benefit plans and defined contribution plans. You will also learn how to reduce your clients' tax burden for asset transfers, sale of the marital home, and child and spousal support. QDROs and tax issues are critical in determining a fair divorce settlement. Do you have what it takes to navigate through these critical areas efficiently? This essential guide will provide you with the knowledge you need to carefully analyze QDROs for both defined benefit plans and defined contribution plans. You will also learn how to reduce your clients' tax burden for asset transfers, sale of the marital home, and child and spousal support. QDROs and tax issues are critical in determining a fair divorce settlement. Do you have what it takes to navigate through these critical areas efficiently? This essential guide will provide you with the knowledge you need to carefully analyze QDROs for both defined benefit plans and defined contribution plans. You will also learn how to reduce your clients' tax burden for asset transfers, sale of the marital home, and child and spousal support. QDROs and tax issues are critical in determining a fair divorce settlement. Do you have what it takes to navigate through these critical areas efficiently? This essential guide will provide you with the knowledge you need to carefully analyze QDROs for both defined benefit plans and defined contribution plans. You will also learn how to reduce your clients' tax burden for asset transfers, sale of the marital home, and child and spousal support.  QDROs and tax issues are critical in determining a fair divorce settlement. Do you have what it takes to navigate through these critical areas efficiently? This essential guide will provide you with the knowledge you need to carefully analyze QDROs for both defined benefit plans and defined contribution plans. You will also learn how to reduce your clients' tax burden for asset transfers, sale of the marital home, and child and spousal support. QDROs and tax issues are critical in determining a fair divorce settlement. Do you have what it takes to navigate through these critical areas efficiently? This essential guide will provide you with the knowledge you need to carefully analyze QDROs for both defined benefit plans and defined contribution plans. You will also learn how to reduce your clients' tax burden for asset transfers, sale of the marital home, and child and spousal support, Presenter, How to Handle QDROS in Divorce, National Business Institute, 2019
    • Quick Answers to the Legal Questions Friends, Relatives and Strangers Will Ask Anytime, Anywhere a team of experts answer the questions you, as a lawyer, will inevitably be asked when you are least expecting it, presenter, 2019 New Lawyer Experience, 2019
    • Presentation on social media ethics for personal injury lawyers. , presenter, Ethics for Personal Injury Lawyers, Minnesota Association for Justice, 2019
    • Article about issues of social media in divorce, author, No, You Can't Call Him an @?%#! on Facebook, Minnesota State Bar Association Bench and Bar Magazine, 2019
    • Join us for our 1 hour Lunch & Learn presentation to hear how social media has made an impact on family law. In an era where social media has become more prevalent than anyone could have imagined, join attorneys Tifanne Wolter and Carlo Faccini for a look at how social media can influence your practice. The presentation will take a look at topics such as the admissibility and authentication of social media posts, how to find social media posts that are relevant to your cases, strategies to consider when speaking with clients about social media, and of course ethical considerations, presenter, Social Media and its Impact on Family Law, AFCC Minnesota, 2019
    • Discussion on how going through the divorce process as an adult or child has affected the attorney's practice, presenter, How Divorce has Impacted my Practice, 2019 Family Law Institute Minnesota CLE, 2019
    • This presentation will address Minnesota’s new child support law – a comparison of child support guidelines from an old order to the new guidelines, presenter, Minnesota's New Child Support Law, Minnesota State Bar Association, 2018
    • Family law is growing increasingly more complex. The potential complications of high-wealth or high-conflict divorce can intimidate some attorneys into shying away from such cases. Do you have the skills to step up to the plate? We've compiled the most confounding and involved issues you're likely to encounter in your practice and put our attorney faculty to the task of demonstrating how to successfully tackle them, Presenter, Family Law: Advanced Issues and Answers, National Business Institute, 2018
    • How to gather evidence from devices, Presenter, Divorce: Gathering Evidence from Electronic Devices, National Business Institute, 2018
    • Effectively locating and obtaining crucial social media, text and smartphone evidence is an important aspect of family law cases. Are you familiar with the multiple sources to find information and what types of information to look for? This essential guide will take a closer look at how to obtain key data from social media sites, ways to gather what you need from smartphones and tablets, and how to authenticate evidence once you have it. Don't miss this opportunity to build your discovery and evidence skills, Presenter, Smartphone, Text and Social Media Evidence in Family Law, National Business Institute, 2018
    • Are you confident you can successfully navigate through the latest rules to get your key evidence admitted in a divorce case? Social media, smartphones and other electronic evidence are changing the way divorce discovery has to be done. This essential guide will walk you through this evolving area of divorce with effective techniques to help you succeed at getting essential evidence authenticated and admitted, Presenter, Authenticating and Admitting Evidence in Divorce, National Business Institute, 2018
    • With a rise in the use of social media, email and smartphone evidence in divorce, it is essential to stay on top of the latest developments. This insightful guide will take a straightforward look at how to collect key forms of electronic evidence that can be instrumental to your case and how to get it admitted in family court. It will also walk through how to effectively use it to prove hidden income or assets, calculate child and spousal support and more, 2017 - 2018, Presenter, Smart Phone and Social Media Evidence in Divorce Litigation, National Business Institute
    • This insightful program will provide you with procedural guidance and best practices necessary for a successful family law practice, speaker, Family Law: Navigating the Fundamentals, National Business Institute, 2016
    • What do you do when a client has been served with an OFP or HRO?, speaker, Advice for Representing the Respondent in an Order for Protection or Harassment Restraining Order, Ramsey County Bar Association, 2016
    • With more parties appearing Pro Se and attempting to draft paperwork on their own, there is a greater need for practitioners to be prepared to fix errors made earlier. This presentation will address common errors, address options for fixing errors, and identify options for minimizing the impact of errors that cannot be undone, presenter, Cleaning Up the Spilled Milk, Family Law Institute, Minnesota CLE, 2017
    • Advising your clients on their use of the internet, protecting their email and financial account information along with the dos and don’ts regarding their use of social media during pending custody or marriage dissolution litigation, presenter, Would You Want the Judge to Know That?, Ramsey County Bar Association, 2017
    • How to defend your client in a paternity matter when paternity is disputed. Are there competing presumptions of paternity? Did your client sign a Recognition of Parentage only to be told that someone else is the father? We will discuss strategies for defending a paternity action and vacating recognition of parentage, Presenter, Disputing Paternity, MSBA Family Law Section, 2014
    • Presenter, How to Handle Paternity Issues, Minnesota CLE, Family Law Institute, 2012
    • Presenter, How to Handle Paternity Cases, Minnesota CLE, Family Law Institute, 2012 - 2013
    • Presenter, What Does the Reasonable Preference of the Child Mean for Custody Purposes?, Family Law Institute, Minnesota CLE, 2014
    • I was the chairperson for the 2015 Family Law Institute, Chairperson, Family Law Institute, Minnesota CLE, 2015
    • A discussion of developmental stages and how to structure schedules so that the parties do not have to return to court, presenter, How to Develop Graduated Parenting Schedules for Children as They Age, Minnesota CLE, 2015
    • Presented on various family law topics in a two day national seminar, presenter, Family Law Boot Camp, National Business Institute, 2015
    • Present on issues in defending for OFPs and HROs, presenter, Advice for Representing the Respondent in an Order for Protection or Harassment Restraining Order, Minnesota State Bar Association, 2015
    • Dos and don'ts for getting emergency relief for your clients following the 2012 modifications to the General Rules of Practice, presenter, Keep Calm and File an Emergency Motion, Minnesota CLE Family Law Institute, 2016
    • Learn discovery how-to's, special tricks, and best practices for utilizing an array of the most critical sources of electronic evidence, including Facebook and other social media, e-mail, text messages and more, speaker, E-Discovery in Divorce, National Business Institute, 2016

    Verdicts/Settlements:

    • Jayawardena v. Jayawardena A19-0390 (Minn. App. 2019), 2019
    • Chamberlain v. Fleahman A18-1852 (Minn. App. 2018), 2019
    • Sigstad v. Sigstad Unpublished A10-258 (Minn. App. 2010), 2010
    • Olstad v. Olstad Unpublished A17-1074 (Minn. App 2018), 2018
    • Dreger v. Dreger Unpublished A17-1430 (Minn. App. 2018), 2018
    • In re the Matter of: Kristen Holly Scherman, on behalf of minor child, A.S., vs. Tad Gregory Scherman unpublished A14-1029 (Minn. App. 2015), 2015
    • Salzer v. Gibbs Unpublished A09-1927 (Minn. App 2010), 2010
    • In re: the Petition of K.P.W. and J.L.H. to Adopt S.Q.-B. W, Unpublished A13-1754 (Minn. App. 2014), 2014
    • Kowalski v. Kowalski Unpublished A08-0402 (Minn. App. 2009), 2009
    • Limberg v. Mitchell Published A12-2315 (Minn. App. 2013), 2013
    • In re the Marriage of: James Walter Shaw v. Barbara Ann Shaw.  Minnesota Court of Appeals, A15-0771, entire dissolution was reversed and remanded to the trial court., 2016

    Educational Background:

    • Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota, B.A., Major: Political Science and Sociology
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    6900 Wedgwood Road
    Suite 200
    Maple Grove, MN 55311

    Phone: 763-333-7506

    Fax: 763-560-0119

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