Clausen & Hassan | March 15, 2018
My Spouse Is Not Represented By An Attorney, But I Am. What Does This Mean For My Divorce?
Many individuals and couples in the State of Minnesota represent themselves during a divorce proceeding. Sometimes the represented party thinks that this gives him/her an advantage; however, that may not
Farhan | May 19, 2017
Can I Change Attorneys in the Middle of My Case?
Sometimes, the attorney/client relationship just doesn’t work and there’s a variety of reasons that can cause it to break down. That leads some people looking for new legal representation at
Brian J. Clausen | May 18, 2015
How do I Find a Good Divorce Attorney in Minnesota?
What to look for in an attorney Through a divorce, virtually every part of your future will be either determined through agreement of the parties or by a judicial officer.
Brian J. Clausen | March 16, 2015
Can I Request That My Spouse/Co-Parent Contribute Towards My Attorney’s Fees and Costs?
The Statute that directs whether the other party would contribute towards the attorney’s fees and costs of the other party in a family Court matter is Minn. Stat. § 518.14
Farhan | April 23, 2012
3 questions for a divorce attorney about their qualifications
During an initial consultation with a Minnesota divorce attorney, he or she will explain the process for getting a divorce and what issues might come up in your case. In meeting
Farhan | April 9, 2012
What does a retainer do when I hire a divorce lawyer?
After selecting a lawyer to hire for a divorce case, lawyers typically require that the soon-to-be-client to pay a retainer that covers how much the client will be charged. A
Farhan | April 27, 2011
Three questions to ask a divorce attorney before hiring
Before hiring a divorce attorney in Minnesota, one of the most important things you can do as a future client is to ask questions that will help you know that
Farhan | November 4, 2010
Minnesota Divorce Attorney Fees
In a Divorce proceeding, the Court has the authority to award attorney’s fees in two different cases. First, if one party establishes that he/she has a need for attorney fees
Farhan | September 3, 2010
Hiring a Divorce Attorney
If you are searching for a Minnesota Divorce Attorney, it is always helpful to interview at least two or three lawyers before choosing one. If a lawyer is licensed to practice in