Finding Amicable Solutions For Couples In Minnesota
Even though Minnesota is a no-fault state, meaning couples are not required to have grounds for divorce, dissolution of marriage is not necessarily an easy process. Couples in our state must first meet specific residency requirements. Even then, the dissolution process can take months before a divorce becomes final. If children are involved, the state has even more requirements — all of which many parents may not be aware exist.
Navigating the legal system can be challenging, especially if you are unfamiliar with the law and how it applies to your situation. With help from Bobbie L. Sarff Johnson Attorney At Law, you will have the legal knowledge and family law experience you can trust to help you get through the divorce process efficiently and amicably.
Trusted Representation With 30 Years Of Experience
We know you have a lot weighing on your mind when facing divorce. You may have concerns about how your property will be divided and how your divorce will affect your financial security. If you have children, you may have concerns about how the process will affect them and what legal arrangements need to be made.
Feeling lost is common when facing the huge challenge of dissolving a marriage. Our firm tries to shed light on the process by keeping our clients informed about their rights and what steps they need to take in order to reach a favorable resolution. Whether it’s a contested or uncontested divorce, we explain all of your options involving:
- Property division
- Spousal maintenance
- Child custody and support
- Parenting time
Exercise Your Rights — Talk To A Compassionate Lawyer Today
Do not rely on your own knowledge of the law to get you through your divorce proceedings efficiently and amicably. Put experience on your side and schedule an appointment with Bobbie L. Sarff Johnson who understands what needs to be done and has your best interests in mind.
Call Now For Your Personalized Initial Consultation
If you live in Baxter/Brainerd Lakes or surrounding areas, contact Bobbie L. Sarff Johnson online or by calling her office at 218-829-0003.