Lisa Amundson, a family law lawyer practicing in Dakota County, is providing divorce law services to the entire Twin Cities metro area. The lawyer’s practice areas include divorce, child custody, child support, spousal support, modifications to support, custody, parenting time, domestic abuse/OFP/HO, and high asset divorce.
Divorce proceedings usually evoke a lot of uncertainty and anxiety. They are usually once-in-a-lifetime events that have major ramifications on the lives of everyone involved. There are pressing issues that need to be addressed such as the split in finances, the future of the children, and the distribution of assets accrued over the course of the marriage. In such time, family members usually look to experienced and effective lawyers that have the proven experience of navigating legal waters to guide them.
The first step in the divorce process is the filing which starts the process to petition the court for a divorce. The next step is to file for temporary support and custody which puts some structure in place while the couple is working through the divorce process. In the next step, the discovery process allows both parties equal access to documentation for mortgages, retirement accounts, and other key financial information. Next, the lawyers negotiate over the custody and finances. Lawyers on each side try their best to fight for their client’s rights and to pursue the best possible outcome. Finally, when all the major issues have been settled, the lawyers submit the agreement to the family law court for approval. If both sides are unable to reach a settlement, the trial process is initiated.
The Dakota County divorce lawyer offers a free initial consultation to new clients. This initial consultation allows clients to gauge the strength of their case by having all of their questions answered. The client is helped with all the information they need to decide whether the law office is the best match for their situation. The client will be walked through what to expect in terms of the process, timeline, and possible legal fees.
When asked about her approach to helping her clients, Lisa Amundson says, “I realize that going through a divorce can be difficult for the whole family. That is why I use my experience of having dealt with this situation many times over to ensure my clients and their family have the smoothest transition out of a difficult marriage. I strive to advocate for your best interests so that you can get a fresh start and move on with your life. I will answer all the questions you have and update you regularly on the proceedings to give you the confidence that you are getting the best legal representation for your time and money. I tailor my approach to every couple’s unique situation to ease the intimidating and daunting nature of the legal system. Book a free initial consultation with us today to find out why we are the best Burnsville MN divorce attorney office.”
Lisa Amundson is licensed to practice law in all Minnesota District and Federal courts. She graduated cum laude from Saint Cloud State University with a B.A. and received her J.D. from Hamline University's law school in Saint Paul, Minnesota. She is a member of the Minnesota State Bar Association, Dakota County Bar Association, Hennepin County Bar Association, and is a member of the Family Law section. She has obtained additional training and experience in the family law sector as a Social Early Neutral Evaluator, (SENE), a Financial Early Neutral Evaluator, (FENE), and a Rule 114 mediator. She obtained certification as a Guardian ad Litem for the State of Minnesota in Dakota County and previously passed the State of Minnesota's test to sit as a Child Support Magistrate.
The law office is working through the COVID-19 pandemic to address the community’s legal needs. Mediations and similar meetings are being handled via remote conferencing services such as Zoom. This follows similar steps taken by the courts which are reducing or outright eliminating in-person meetings and instead preferring teleconferencing or rescheduling. The law office says that it is ready to try to negotiate a resolution or file a motion which is imperative to requests for compensatory missed parenting time or to preserve a retroactive change to child support.
The law office of Lisa Amundson can be reached at the phone number (651) 209-0209 for inquires.
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