Divorce and Family Law

PROVIDING PERSONALIZED LEGAL SERVICES TO RESOLVE DIVORCE AND RELATED MATTERS

Identifying Issues, Finding Solutions, and Moving On

The typical divorce will involve division of property and debts, consideration of spousal maintenance (alimony), and other matters unique to the parties and their marriage.

If there are children, then the divorce proceeding will address parenting time (visitation),  financial child support, and insurance, and otherwise providing for the children.

Anyone considering a divorce needs to hire an attorney to review their situation and provide professional services to bring the matter to a conclusion.

Divorce settlements may be reached at any stage. The parties can focus their efforts on resolving the issues and formulating a plan that addresses the various legal rights and obligations presented by their circumstances

Unmarried Parents With Children
Custody can be established where Minnesota is the home state of the child.

Contact me immediately if:
You have been served papers.
Your spouse has hired an attorney.
You are considering settlement.
You have been presented a settlement proposal.

“MEDIATED DIVORCE” (NONCONTESTED DIVORCE)

Providing constructive advice and services for the party who anticipates no contest or has been communicating with their spouse to settle without going to court. This includes drafting the necessary documents and initiating other steps to complete the process. Mediation is a separate process where the parties work toward agreement on issues with the aid of a neutral third party.

PRENUPTIAL AND POSTNUPTIAL AGREEMENTS

Assisting clients wishing to prepare contracts drafted before or after the marriage to govern division of property in the event of divorce or death. To be effective, these contracts must be drawn to meet specific legal requirements.

UNMARRIED PARTIES WITH PROPERTY AND OTHER CONCERNS

Careful analysis and planning can often assist parties who have accumulated property together, or intend to, by structuring their relative rights and obligations and creating a plan for the future.

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Assisting men and women work through the difficult and painful issues
in divorce for more than 20 years

Counseling parties regarding options for protecting assets and
providing for children

Providing compassionate, understanding services, personal attention, and
thorough and timely communication

Member, Minnesota State Bar Association Family Law Section

Gerald Hasselbrink, Attorney
6027 19th St. N.
St. Cloud, Minnesota 56303
Phone (320) 251-0222

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