When making a crucial decision about a family law problem, the guidance of a knowledgeable attorney can be of great value. We are personally committed to understanding your background and circumstances. We will explain your legal rights in an easy to understand manner and work with you to develop a case strategy that is tailored to your goals.
We will be available to you to answer any questions and address any concerns that arise during your legal process. Whether we appear at a settlement conference, a mediation session or in court, we will be prepared. We will spend time reviewing recent family law cases and changes in the family law related rules and statutes so that we can always remain abreast of the latest legal developments that pertain to your case.
Contact us today at 952-224-9977 to speak with an experienced Minnesota divorce and family law attorney.
At Bloch & Whitehouse, P.A., we understand that every client and every case is different. In many situations, it is not necessary to ever see the inside of a courtroom. Rather, disputes can be resolved through direct communication with the opposing party or opposing counsel at a settlement conference, in written correspondence or the like resulting in a full and final agreement that is submitted to the Court administratively. In those situations, the decision not to rush to the courthouse can save substantial costs to the client, both financially and emotionally.
In some situations, court intervention is unavoidable as a result of the absence of cooperation or reasonableness on the part of the other party or other issues such as domestic abuse or substance abuse. In those situations, seeking relief from the court quickly and effectively becomes necessary to achieve much-needed results.
Many family law issues, such as child custody, are appropriate for mediation. Mediation is a voluntary process whereby a neutral third person facilitates communication between you and the other party and assists you in reaching an agreement in your case. The attorneys at Bloch & Whitehouse, P.A., are family mediators and qualified neutrals under Rule 114.
Still, other cases are appropriate for the collaborative law process. The goal of the collaborative process is to reach a full and final settlement without court intervention while maintaining a level of openness and mutual respect that enables parties and their children to move forward and thrive in the future. The attorneys at Bloch & Whitehouse, P.A., are members of the Collaborative Law Institute. For additional information regarding collaborative practice go to www.collaborativelaw.org.
If you are struggling with a family law issue, contact Bloch & Whitehouse, P.A., today to find out which option is right for you. Contact us online or by telephone at 952-224-9977 to speak with an experienced Minnesota divorce lawyer. We represent men and women from Minneapolis, St. Paul and throughout the Twin Cities metro area. For your convenience, we offer free initial consultations and accept Visa and MasterCard.