In a perfect world, you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse would be able to come to agreements on everything that’s important in your divorce.

From child custody and parenting time to property division and spousal maintenance, things would be much simpler if there was no conflict between the two of you. We always try the least expensive options first, such as direct negotiation or mediation. Our goal to resolve your matter as promptly and inexpensively as possible.

Unfortunately, it’s not always that simple. Many people are dragged into high-conflict divorce, even when they don’t want to be. Those cases are incredibly difficult for everyone involved. High conflict cases often involve significant disagreement, argument, and stubbornness.

If that sounds familiar, you should work with a Minnesota divorce lawyer who focuses on high-conflict divorce. Our attorneys are prepared deal with the back-and-forth and cut directly through the fray to find a workable solution.

Our lawyers are skillful negotiators. More than 95% of the divorces we handle resolve short of a trial. Still, opposing lawyers know that we are not afraid of trying cases. Our reputation for success in the courtroom often leads to a more timely and favorable settlement for our clients.

Visit our firm’s main website to review some of our success stories and client testimonials.

Aspects of a High-Conflict Divorce

In a high-conflict divorce, the two hot-button issues usually involve children and money. Things can go downhill quickly, particularly in a divorce where one side is being completely unreasonable.

Our attorneys deal with difficult opposing litigants and lawyers every day. Whether issues of abuse, mental illness or misuse of substances, we are prepared to stand up to your spouse.

Without the right representation, couples often force the judge into making decisions that they’d be better off making on their own. While judges try to be as fair as possible, they don’t know you and they don’t know your circumstances – and that means they may not come up with the best decision for you.

When a judge rules, he or she issues an order. That order is legally binding and enforceable. That’s why it’s in your interest to work with a high-conflict divorce attorney if your matter is destined for trial. Our attorneys routinely try matters throughout the Twin Cities and greater Minnesota. We are at home in the courtroom.

High-Conflict Divorce Attorneys

You deserve to have a lawyer who isn’t afraid to stand up for you and to fight back when your ex makes unreasonable demands. Our attorneys have represented thousands of clients over the last 23 years. Call us at (763) 783-5146 for a confidential consultation. We’ll evaluate your case and help work out a strategy that yields the best possible outcome.