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Why You Should Have A Divorce Lawyer

In today’s society, we have information at our fingertips 24 hours a day through the internet. However, even though it may be possible to handle your own divorce, the question becomes, should you? In many cases, it is advantageous and smart to have legal representation before moving forward.

At Haugen Law Group, PLLC, we focus our Chaska-based practice solely on family law and divorce. This allows us to stay abreast of any changes to the laws that may affect our clients. Our attorneys strongly believe in providing aggressive, dedicated advocacy to our clients at every stage of the case.

Don’t Travel The Course Alone. We Are Here To Help.

When representing clients in divorce matters, our firm is committed to leveraging our:

  • Experience. Combining a rich tradition and years of practicing law, our firm possesses the legal acumen and insight needed to navigate the notorious difficulties that arise in family law cases.
  • Straightforward, common-sense approach. It is necessary to have a lawyer on your side to ensure that you understand exactly how any potential outcomes are going to affect your life. We understand that divorce is a highly emotionally charged process. Providing information that you can easily understand and use to make informed decisions is of the highest priority to us.
  • Court savvy. Though we do not take every case to court, it is important to us to keep that option on the table whenever necessary. We are comfortable in court, using articulate arguments and structured strategies to support your case.

Not retaining a divorce lawyer when dealing with a legal matter is taking a sizable risk. When the legal matter affects your family and your future, it is not a risk worth taking.

Learn More About How We Can Help

To discuss your specific case and needs, get in touch with our office and schedule a free 30-minute, no-obligation consultation today. Call our Minnesota office locally at 952-479-8132 or toll-free at 800-684-1293. You can also reach us through our online contact form.