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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For any parent, deciding on a particular school for your child can be a difficult and tedious decision. Parents take many things into account such as school rankings, extracurricular activities, school transportation, and the distance from home. For parents who share legal custody, the decision regarding school choice can be even more complex and conflicted if the parties do not agree.  Court will take into account numerous factors and considerations when deciding on a school.…
We live in the age of technology. In the last ten years, social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram have become increasingly popular. Social media has become a convenient way to stay connected with friends and family with the touch of a button. It is common for many people to post things about their lives or recent happenings. However, amidst a legal proceeding, a post, message, picture, or tweet can have a great…
Whether amicable or contentious, divorce is a costly proposition. In addition to court costs, this process can deliver significant expenses related to housing, child support, spousal maintenance, and more. If you’re already starting to feel the impact on your wallet, consider implementing these tactics to keep costs to a minimum: Select the Right Process For Your Situation Your approach to divorce can play a huge role in its ultimate price tag. Court-based divorces tend to…
Child support and spousal maintenance can bring notable financial complications to any divorce, but this is even more true of splits involving service members. A few of the most notable concerns related to military-based support are highlighted below: Determining Earnings And Payments Military members and civilians largely pursue the same approach for determining child support and spousal maintenance. In both cases, requirements are dictated by the state in which the spouse paying support resides. The…
Child custody and parenting time arrangements vary dramatically from one couple to the next. When resolved in court, these matters largely come down to the best interests of the child. This can be frustrating for parents, who may disagree vehemently on what, exactly, constitutes a child’s best interests. In Minnesota, courts typically take the following factors into account: Parenting Ability While Minnesota courts generally maintain that it is in the best interest of most children…