When Taking Family Matters To Court, You Can Depend On Us

While some couples are able to amicably move through their divorce issues, some are not. Many cases progress through the divorce litigation process and end up being argued in court. Though this may not be the best resolution for every situation, it may be in your best interest to have a judge make the final decision about the numerous aspects of your divorce.

At Kniess Law, LLC, we do not shy away from taking on cases that involve even the most highly contested issues. We are aggressive in our protection of our clients' rights at all stages of the divorce. We work tirelessly to see that arguments are articulated in a way that helps a judge understand exactly where we are coming from, and how our proposed outcome is in your rights and best interests.

Zealous In-Court Divorce And Family Law Litigation

Our firm's founding attorney, Michelle M. Kniess, is an extremely skilled litigator. She is able to construct comprehensive and cohesive arguments that present your side of the case in a straightforward and compelling manner. Representing clients in Woodbury, Minnesota, and in all the surrounding communities, Ms. Kniess leads our firm in protecting divorce clients in all issues, including asset division, child support, custody arrangements and alimony (spousal support).

Moving The Case Away From The Courtroom

It is possible to decide to handle your divorce case through alternative dispute resolution, including mediation strategies, even if we have already begun presenting arguments in court. Since mediation is part of the litigation process, and courts often encourage couples to settle issues through these methods of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), we can proceed that way if both parties agree to change the approach, or if the court orders them to engage in ADR.

Contact Kniess Law, LLC ∙ Taking A Stand For Your Rights In Court

Call 651-393-9072 or use our online contact form to get in touch with us today. During your free consultation with our experienced lawyer, you can learn more about divorce litigation and whether or not it is right for you.