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Minnesota Divorce & Family Law Center

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Welcome to Minnesota's Divorce and Family law Center.  Here, you will find Minnesota lawyers and attorneys ready to assist you with a broad variety of family law, divorce and paternity issues which may include:

 

  • Family Law Issues
  • Minnesota Divorce
  • Child Custody
  • Changes in Custody
  • Visitation
  • Parenting Plans
  • Parental Alienation Syndrome
  • Contempt
  • Hague Convention Custody Issues
  • Alimony - Spousal Maintenance
  • Divorce Property Divisions
  • Divorce Debts Divisions
  • Paternity
  • Domestic Abuse
  • Restraining Orders
  • Dividing Business Assets in Divorce

We are a legal force!

We have established one of the most complete and well respected family law and divorce law practices in Minnesota.   Our lawyers share  a passion for winning that is only matched by creative and professional family law and divorce representation.  Described as aggressive and affordable, our family law and divorce attorneys achieve results through flexibility and efficiency. 

Full Service or Unbundled Services.

We provide complete courtroom representation, but we also provide you the option for unbundled services. Unbundled legal services have become a necessity in our current economic environment. With spiraling costs, divorce and family law proceedings impossible to afford. Unbundled services means that you may agree to limited services and pay for only those services that you need.

  • If you need divorce, custody, child support or other family law documents reviewed - WE CAN HELP!
  • If you need divorce or family law documents drafted - WE CAN HELP!
  • If you would like us to review your case or to coach you through difficult proceeds and even trial preparation - WE CAN HELP!

Trusting your legal matter to our divorce lawyers is an investment in your financial security.

For a confidential divorce consultation with our lawyers call 612.240.8005.



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