Cross-Border Family Law Issues In Wisconsin And Minnesota

It is common for Minnesotans to move to Wisconsin, and Wisconsin residents cross the border to move into Minnesota. However, many individuals and families do not realize the impact that moving can have on any legal issues that involve their children and family. When dealing with family law matters across state lines, it is to your benefit to enlist an attorney who is licensed in both states.

At Kniess Law, LLC, our firm's founder is one such lawyer. Michelle M. Kniess is licensed to practice law in both Minnesota and Wisconsin. This renders her a unique ally for families that are facing interstate family law issues. Since our firm is located in Woodbury, Minnesota, we are central to families who go back and forth between the states.

Multistate Families

When one parent lives in one state and the other in another, family law matters, such as child custody and child support, can become even more complicated. If both parents live in one state but divorce, and one parent moves out of state, the issues are also complicated.

Regardless of your situation, if you are a multistate family or are divorcing and are about to become a multistate family, it is important that you educate yourself on your rights. You need to know which state's laws govern your situation, where a divorce should be filed, where child custody and support orders are filed, and more.

With the help of attorney Kniess at our firm, you can get the answers to all of the questions you have. She is an extremely knowledgeable advocate, putting clients at the center of every case. Our entire firm works to protect your family and all that you have worked so hard to build.

Get Help With Minnesota-Wisconsin Matters ∙ Contact Kniess Law, LLC

Do not make any decisions about your cross-border family law matters until you talk to our lawyer, Michelle M. Kniess. For your free consultation, contact us online using our form or call our firm today at 800-713-0691.