Brown Law Offices, P.A.

The Brown Law Offices, P.A., is a northwest Twin Cities divorce and family law firm. Our lawyers have represented thousands of clients since 1998. We employ common sense, and attempt to cost-effectively resolve disputes concerning custody, child support, property division and alimony. When the need arises, however, we are prepared to litigate and take matters to trial.

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While you may have a signed judgment and decree in hand, your divorce may require follow up work to tie up loose ends and complete the process. Post-divorce, it is important to update insurances, manage financial accounts, update your name and address, renew your estate plan, and create a new financial plan. Update Insurance During a divorce, you are prohibited from removing the other party from insurance policies. After a divorce is finalized, it is…
Spousal maintenance (or alimony) can be a temporary or permanent order. A temporary spousal maintenance order outlines the specific obligations for support – such as how many months or years the alimony must be paid. For a permanent spousal maintenance order there are a few reasons that will allow you to modify the award. As you think about retirement, you may wonder how your support obligation may impact the future. Requirements to Modify a Permanent…
Personal property is a common concern for those thinking about estate planning. Many people have specific requests for who should receive items such as heirlooms, collectables, and other tangible property. A Minnesota Tangible Personal Property List is a common legal document used to itemize who receives personal property in the event that you pass away. Why are Tangible Personal Property Lists Important? Tangible personal property is generally not included in the body of a…
Do you suspect your soon-to-be ex is hiding assets? Have you noticed unknown deposits or withdrawals, strange money transfers, or cancelled checks? Hidden assets can be a challenge to deal with. It is difficult to make informed decision regarding your matter if you do not know the full financial picture. If you suspect you spouse is hiding assets, it is time to hire an attorney. Your lawyer will help create a plan of action. This…
Custody cases can seem never ending. They can be difficult and stressful for both parties. The goal of a custody agreement involves satisfying both parties and help them navigate shared custody in the future. Court proceedings can be costly, from attorney’s fees to court filing fees. A properly drafted agreement can help you avoid conflict and help you avoid having to return to court. It is important to note every custody agreement should reflect the…