Minneapolis Divorce Attorneys
If you are anticipating a divorce, you probably have a lot of questions, such as:
- Should I move out of the marital home?
- Who gets the house?
- Who pays the bills while the divorce is pending?
- What will happen to my health insurance?
- Do I have to give back my wedding ring?
- Can I open my own bank account?
- Do I need an attorney?
- What about our kids?
Divorces are complicated, but we have likely answered your question before and can help you get through this difficult time. The divorce attorneys at Robinson | Duffy, PLLC are experienced in finding temporary solutions while the divorce is pending and permanent resolutions to end the divorce.
We are happy to provide discounted rates to law enforcement personnel, military servicemen and women, and veterans.
We will help you resolve all issues involved in your divorce, including:
- Division of Assets and Debts
- Spousal Maintenance (alimony)
- Child Custody
- Parenting Time
- Child Support
Find a Divorce Attorney You Can Trust
The divorce process can be invasive. The court and the other attorney will want to know everything about you and your family including your assets, your debts, your children, and more.
If you are anticipating a divorce, you need an attorney you can trust and who you are comfortable with. At Robinson | Duffy, we give all of our clients individualized and personal attention, while offering creative solutions and aggressive advocacy on their behalf. We pride ourselves on having the legal knowledge to protect our client’s interests, while also being there with emotional support to get them through these difficult times.
We welcome you to contact our divorce attorneys today for more information.
Thoughts from a Client ...
"When a friend referred me to Jill, looking back it was the best gift I could've been given. She was always attentive to my situation and there to guide me with things related to the divorce, and ongoing custody disputes over my 3 children. She fought hard, but always fair. She negotiated with opposing counsel continuously, since my ex was constantly complicating things. As anyone who's been there knows, even when you "win" in court, you don't, because your ex will just be resentful and mad (I'm being nice with these words). Jill fought to make sure I got the support and financial settlements I needed. But, also made the effort to negotiate our settlements in the best interest of our future co-parenting relationship. Jill is genuinely aware that this is about more than just your divorce. She will work hard to ensure what's best for your future. I am forever grateful to her and recommend her to people any chance I get."