As a longtime resident of Minnesota, I’m proud to have helped many individuals and families across the state. I aim to treat every client of mine with empathy and respect, and I’ll do everything I can to help meet your needs.
I like to think that I have a few advantages that I can offer my clients that many other firms can’t. It’s my hope to use those advantages to help you be successful.
There are plenty of bigger firms out there, but few can offer the personalized, one-on-one attention that you deserve. With me, you’ll get service tailored to your exact needs.
When it comes to legal services, experience can never be underestimated. With over four decades of knowledge and experience under my belt, I’m prepared to tackle any challenge.
For most people, the last thing they want is to have their case go to court. If it does come to that, I have extensive courtroom experience to ensure that we’re equipped for litigation.
Named after Alexander Ramsey, the first governor of the Minnesota Territory, Ramsey County is one of the smallest and most densely populated counties in both the state and the U.S. — and one that I’m proud to offer my services to.
With a population of over 1.2 million people, Hennepin County is the most populous county in the entire state. More than one in five Minnesotans live in Hennepin County — and I’m delighted to serve every last citizen in the county.
Located in the northeast corner of the state, Anoka County actually gets its name from the Dakota word anokatanhan, which means “on both sides,” which refers to its location on the banks of the Rum River. I’m happy to serve residents across this beautiful county.
I am totally beyond words and extremely grateful to you for all of your hard work. I appreciate all that you have done and you will never know what this has all done to make our lives better for my son and I!"
In Minnesota, the courts try to award custody based on what will suit the children’s best interests. They take into consideration the relationship the child has with each parent, the financial status and situation of each parent, and whether or not there is any evidence of violence or abuse in the household.