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Metro Law & Mediation
Minnesota Attorneys and Mediators

Your Divorce Attorney in Minnesota

Don't disadvantage your future. Know your divorce rights. 

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Adam Galili is the most devoted Attorney I have ever met. He goes above and beyond what is expected with professionalism and sincerity.
— M. W.

Divorces are Challenging

Divorce can be difficult and draining.  Your Minnesota Metro Attorney team has years of knowledge and legal experience, ranging from simple divorces to complex multi-million dollar estates with spousal maintenance, business valuation, custody and parenting time disputes, non-marital tracing, prenuptial and post-nuptial agreements. Contact us today to schedule a Free Initial Consultationwith our experienced divorce attorney.  

 

WHICH PROCEDURE IS RIGHT FOR YOU?

There are several different ways to start a divorce in Minnesota.  Generally the dissolution process in Minnesota begins with one party initiating service of the Summons and Petition for Dissolution of Marriage.  However,  certain situations may be better approached with alternative methods, including early settlement discussions to better understand the issues which need to be resolved as part of your dissolution.  Understanding how Minnesota divorce law applies to your situation is critical.  Our team at Metro Law and Mediation has over 27 combined years of experience in the legal field and Minnesota family law which allows us to identify and advise our clients with multiple perspectives on issues relating to your Minnesota Divorce.  

DO I NEED AN ATTORNEY?

Even if you and your spouse agree on all the issues, it is extremely important to properly draft and submit the terms, which will become a binding Court Order.  The terms of your Minnesota Divorce can have many subsequent consequences  at a later time that you may not even be aware of.  These can range from minor issues to major issues, however, avoid the pitfall and speak with a Minnesota Divorce Attorney or a Minnesota Family Law Attorney about your situation.  An attorney can listen to your concerns, review your terms, and explain to you how to protect yourself with proper legal language.   The complexities involving future child support, spousal maintenance, custody and parenting time issues that arise from improperly drafted agreements can many times be resolved in advance at the time of your Minnesota Divorce.  Contact Metro Law and Mediation today to schedule your free initial consultation to speak with an attorney about your matter today.