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The following list of Divorce Lawyers, Mediators, Counselors and other divorce professionals is sorted alphabetical by city.
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Minnesota Divorce Source Professionals (
1st to Contact - 1st to Respond)
- Cundy & Martin, L.L.C. (Bloomington Divorce Lawyers) - Phone: 952-746-4111
- Life's Doors Mediation (Brooklyn Center Divorce Mediator) - Phone: 763-566-2282
- Felix Law Office, P. A. (Burnsville Divorce Lawyer) - Phone: 952-894-8380
- Buss Law & Mediation, LLC (Burnsville Divorce Lawyer/Mediator) - Phone: 952-892-8406
- Cylkowski Law Office, P.A. (Eagan Divorce Lawyers) - Phone: 651-882-7808
- Ojala Law Office (Edina Divorce Lawyers) - Phone: 952-405-2040
- J. Scott Braden, P.A. (Faribault Divorce Lawyers) - Phone: 507-332-7483
- Hacklander Law Offices, P.C. (Inver Grove Heights Divorce Lawyers) - Phone: 651-451-8342
- Goldstein Law Office, P.A. (Golden Valley Divorce Lawyer) - Phone: 763-450-1500
- de Beer & Associates, P.A., Attorneys at Law (Lake Elmo Divorce Lawyers) - Phone: 651-714-2378
- Rosengren Kohlmeyer Law Office Chtd. (Mankato Divorce Lawyers) - Phone: 507-625-5000
- Eric C. Nelson, Attorney at Law (Minneapolis Divorce Lawyer) - Phone: 612-321-9402
- AJW Financial, Inc. (Minneapolis Divorce Planning) - Phone: 952-405-2000
- Law Office of Shannon M. Fitzpatrick, P.C. (Minneapolis Divorce Lawyer) - Phone: 612-617-0378
- Kurzman Grant Law Office (Minneapolis Divorce Lawyers) - Phone: 612-617-9000
- Prosperwell Financial (Plymouth Divorce Planning) - Phone: 763-231-9510
- Minnesota Lawyers.com (St. Louis Park Divorce Lawyers) - Phone: 612-487-8005
- Goldfarb Law Office, PA (St. Louis Park Lawyer) - Phone: 952-546-8888
- Atticus Law Cooperative (Stillwater Lawyer) - Phone: 651-488-9700
Minnesota Statewide Divorce Resources
National Divorce Resources
- BankLady.com - information on bad credit loans and debt.
- Divorce Support - a great site promoting the top divorce related support resources.
- Divorce Magazine - information and advice to help you through the divorce and separation process.
- 3Step Negotiation - negotiate your divorce online.
- Custody Junction - scheduling, tracking, and reporting for child custody, visitation & support.
- QdroDesk - instant QDRO preparation for dividing retirement accounts.
- PensionAppraisalDesk - instant pension valuations for valuing retirement accounts.
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The non-custodial parent is responsible for paying child support
. In Minnesota the amount of child support is based on the non-custodial parent's income and the number of dependent children. A court may adjust the support amount at its discretion. Factors examined for adjustment include: (1) the custodial parent's income and assets, (2) any extraordinary financial needs the child may have, such as medical or educational expenses, (3) the child's standard of living during the parents' marriage and (4) whether the paying parent receives public assistance.