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Helping Families Through Divorce

Going through a divorce is never easy, but it becomes significantly harder when you try to take it on your own. Instead of attempting to resolve all of the challenges of your divorce by yourself, rely on the experienced guidance of a skilled family law attorney.

At the Rochester office of Frieders & Kuhn, L.L.P., we have been serving Southeastern Minnesotans resolve complex family law matters since 1933, and we are ready to offer our experience to your dissolution needs. As our client, you can rely on us to take the time to answer your questions, address your concerns and craft the strongest strategy we can to help you.

Divorce Vs. Dissolution

Many of our clients ask if there is a difference between divorce and dissolution in Minnesota. State law refers to a divorce as the dissolution of a marriage, and people commonly use the words interchangeably. No matter what you call it, our lawyers are prepared to help you through the resolution process.

How Do I File For Dissolution Of Marriage In Olmsted County?

When trying to resolve a divorce in our county, the process usually starts with one party filing a Petition for Dissolution/Divorce, either with or without children, depending on the details of the divorce, other documents may be needed, including financial disclosures. From there, we  will assist you in negotiating a settlement. If we cannot reach a settlement, we will take your case to an Olmsted County Court to resolve things. Whether you need help with unique challenges like custody evaluations, forensic accounting, real estate appraisals, or divorce-related tax issues, we will assist you through the divorce every step of the way.

Leave The Hard Part To Us

No matter how hard you think your divorce will be, you should not be the one left to manage all of the issues. Our team is here to help you in any way we can through your divorce whether you need assistance with child support, spousal maintenance, custody, business valuations, a farm divorce or other related matter.

Call us at 507-414-5558 or email us here to schedule your initial consultation today.