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Litigation Services

Nobody wants to go to court in a family law matter, but sometimes it is unavoidable. Our attorneys work hard to settle matters outside of court but, when required, have the experience and reputation as skilled litigators. We have litigated all types of family law matters in most of the court systems throughout the metropolitan counties and beyond. Our paralegal team is experienced in the practice of family law and court procedures which allows our attorneys to focus on negotiation and strategy.

Not all attorneys litigate. Our firm has made it a priority to be well-versed in both ADR, collaborative, and litigation approaches so that we can offer the full range of options and a continuum of services. We value our relationship with colleagues and have earned their respect in that over 30% of our clients are referred to us by other attorneys.  Another 30% of our referrals come from previous and current clients, including opposing parties on past cases.

Our attorneys have litigated all types of cases at all levels of complexity; from straightforward dissolution to high asset cases involving international properties and business valuations.

Hearings and trials are dynamic in nature, the experience of our attorneys, their procedural knowledge and experience in court, evidenced by their reputation within the courts, is an asset to our clients.

We will work hard to keep your case out of court, but when court intervention is necessary, you can rely on our skilled attorneys to represent you.

Counties | Courts | Languages


  • Anoka
  • Carver
  • Chisago
  • Dakota
  • Dodge
  • Goodhue
  • Hennepin
  • Isanti
  • Itasca
  • Kandi
  • Carver
  • Chisago
  • Dakota
  • Dodge
  • Goodhue
  • Hennepin
  • Isanti
  • Itasca
  • Kandiyohi
  • Le Sueur
  • McCleod
  • Olmstead
  • Pine
  • Ramsey
  • Rice
  • Scott
  • Sherburne
  • Sibley
  • St. Louis
  • Stearns
  • Todd
  • Washington
  • Wright


  • Minnesota Trial (Districts) Court
    • Civil 
    • Family 
    • Juvenile
    • Probate
  • Minnesota Court of Appeals
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota
  • Tribal Courts of Minnesota


  • English
  • Bengali
  • Hindi

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