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 Are you facing the challenging and emotional journey of divorce? At Oney + Kim Family Law, PLLC, in Eagan, we understand the complexities of this difficult process and are here to guide you every step of the way. Starting with our initial consultation, our compassionate and experienced team of divorce attorneys is dedicated to giving you in-depth information and comprehensive guidance to help you navigate the legal system with confidence.

Why Choose Oney + Kim Family Law, PLLC?

We understand how stressful and emotional a divorce can be. Therefore, we are committed to providing our clients with:

  • Empathetic Guidance: We know that divorce can be emotionally overwhelming. Our attorneys are not only legal experts but also compassionate listeners who genuinely care about your well-being. We will take the time to understand your unique situation, concerns, and goals.
  • Tailored Solutions: We believe that every divorce case is different, and one-size-fits-all solutions do not apply. Our legal team will work closely with you to develop personalized strategies that align with your specific circumstances, ensuring the best possible outcome for you and your family.
  • Extensive Experience: With years of experience in divorce law, our attorneys possess the knowledge and skills needed to handle even the most complex cases. Whether your divorce involves child custody, property division, spousal maintenance, or any other issue, we have the expertise to protect your rights and interests.
  • Effective Communication: At Oney + Kim Family Law, PLLC, communication is key. We spend time with each client explaining the divorce process—both on a legal and practical level. We want our clients to have the information they need to make informed decisions through the divorce process. Our commitment to open and transparent communication sets us apart from the rest.

Every divorce scenario is different. Therefore, we provide our clients with customized legal services tailored to meet their legal goals. We understand the stress that a divorce can cause. We want our clients to be able to move forward from their divorce and transition into a better future.

Our Divorce Services

We provide the following legal services to clients facing a divorce:

  • Contested Divorce: If your divorce involves disagreements over crucial matters such as child custody and parenting time, property division, or support, our attorneys will tenaciously advocate for your rights in court, seeking a fair resolution.
  • Uncontested Divorce: If you and your spouse are in agreement on major issues, our skilled attorneys can help streamline the process, ensuring a cost-effective and amicable divorce.
  • Mediation: Our experienced attorneys can help guide you through productive mediation processes as well as attorney-led negotiations, aiming for mutually satisfactory solutions without the need for a courtroom battle.
  • Child Custody and Support: We understand that when divorces involve children, the well-being of your children is your utmost priority. Our attorneys will work tirelessly to protect their best interests and secure a favorable custody and support arrangement.
  • Property Division: Dividing assets and debts can be a contentious issue. Our knowledgeable attorneys will meticulously assess your financial situation and advocate for a fair distribution of marital property.

We are here to answer your questions, and provide you with guidance and support as you navigate your divorce.

Frequently Asked Questions About Your Minnesota Divorce

Our divorce lawyers know and understand that if you are contemplating a divorce or if you have been served with divorce papers, you probably have a lot of questions. Here, our lawyers answer some of the more commonly asked questions. But every case is different. For answers to your specific questions, we offer a free, initial consultation.

Do I have to prove that my spouse caused our divorce?

You do not need to have a reason to get divorced in Minnesota. Minnesota is considered a no-fault divorce state, which means that you do not have to prove one party was at fault for the breakdown of the marriage. You can file for a divorce based on irreconcilable differences.

What if I want to get divorced, but my spouse does not? Or what if my spouse wants a divorce, but I don’t?

In the state of Minnesota, you do not have to agree to get a divorce. One spouse can file the necessary paperwork and still begin the divorce process. A spouse does not have to participate in the divorce process.

If a spouse does not respond after they’ve been served with divorce papers, the court can grant a default divorce, and make decisions regarding the division of property, spousal support and child custody without the non-responsive spouse’s input. It is always better if both parties can work together toward a resolution on these issues whenever possible.

How can I get divorced in Minnesota?

In order to get divorced in Minnesota, you need to have lived in the state for at least six months. Every marriage is unique, and every divorce will be as unique as the marriage. Usually, after the divorce papers have been filed, the parties will work together to reach agreements on the division of assets, child custody and support. Often, parties will use a mediator to help them resolve these issues as amicably as possible. In the event the parties cannot agree, the parties can go to court and a judge will decide the contested issues.

How does property get divided in a Minnesota divorce?

In the state of Minnesota, property is divided equitably. As an equitable distribution state, this means that property does not mean everything is split 50-50. Rather, all of a party’s assets and debts will be divided fairly. For example, if one spouse stays in the house, the other spouse will receive assets to compensate for their share in the house.

How is child custody decided in Minnesota? Can a child choose who they want to live with?

In the state of Minnesota, the court will always consider child custody issues based on the best interests of the child. While there is no set age for a child to be able to choose who they want to live with, the court will always take their preference into account. A child who is old enough to articulate their thoughts, needs and wishes will have an opportunity to express their preference.

Consult A Minnesota Divorce Attorney

We know that divorce is a life-changing event, and the decisions made during this process can have far-reaching consequences. That’s why choosing the right legal representation is crucial. At Oney + Kim Family Law, PLLC, we are committed to guiding you through this challenging time and helping you find the light at the end of the tunnel.

Contact us today at 612-279-8655 to schedule a free confidential consultation. You can also reach us via email. Let us shoulder the legal burden while you focus on rebuilding your life. Together, we will pave the way to a brighter future.