In Minnesota, "family law" involves a multitude of practice areas, including divorce, custody, child support, paternity, grandparent rights, adoption, prenuptial agreements and domestic abuse. Some counties have a separate and distinct family court, while other counties do not.

The stakes are high in divorce cases. The stress of the proceeding is heightened by the fact that there are, with rare exception, no “do-overs” in family court.

Unnecessary errors can be made that may result in an unjust outcome – or put you at risk.

Here are the top ten mistakes I see litigants

In Minnesota, the public has access to certain district court pleadings. For parties with pending matters, it is important to know how to obtain this information. Minnesota has different resources for searching court files. Some information can be found online and other information must be reviewed at the courthouse.

Cases such as criminal, civil, and

Did you know that we are one of the leading family law and divorce attorneys in Minneapolis, MN? The Brown Law Offices, P.A. is a family-owned law firm located 15 northwest of downtown Minneapolis.  Our practice is limited to family law, criminal defense and estate planning. Our lawyers have appeared in courtrooms throughout the Twin

– “I was served with divorce paperwork. What do I do now?”

This is a common question asked of our divorce attorneys. A divorce can be complex and knowing where to begin may seem overwhelming. For many, a divorce is an individual’s first experience navigating the Minnesota court system. Throughout your case, knowledge will be

Divorce may end your official marital relationship, but as parents, you’ll likely maintain some semblance of contact throughout your children’s lives. If you intend to co-parent, this contact could prove surprisingly frequent; many divorced parents check in on a daily basis. Conflict is to be expected, but it can quickly be resolved with effective communication

Divorce may be the most common approach for ending a marriage in Minnesota, but it’s by no means the only available option. Depending on your situation, you may be eligible for an annulment. First, however, it’s critical to understand the differences between annulment and divorce.

Validity of the Marriage

Both annulment and divorce have the

Marriage Story recently made a splash on Netflix, where viewers raved about its relatable characters and life lessons. This memorable film diverges significantly from typical marriage and divorce-focused movies in ways that are definitely worth exploring for real-world couples in the midst of change. Key takeaways include:

The Reasons Behind Divorce Are Complicated

Movies tend