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If you're dealing with serious issues with your family and you can't resolve it on your own, perhaps it's time to consult with family law attorneys. These types of lawyers have the skills, training, and experience that qualify them to deal with messy family matters that include custody, estate, even personal injury. If you think that you need the help of a legal professional, be sure to find one right away. You don't have to hire them on the spot, but see if you can get a free consultation to determine if you have a case and if you should indeed hire someone to represent you.
Rochester Tax Relief Lawyers
1091 Plummer Ln SW, Rochester, Minnesota, 55902(507) 479-1496 Write a review
Meshbesher & Spence Lawyers
, Rochester, MN 55901(507) 216-4987 Write a review
Dunlap & Seeger, P.A.
30 3rd Street SE , Rochester, MN 55904(507) 288-9111 Write a review
Rodney D. Anderson Law Offices
206 South Broadway Suite 404, Rochester, MN 55904(507) 218-2293 Write a review
Bird, Jacobsen & Stevens
300 3rd Avenue SE Suite 305, Rochester, MN 55904(507) 282-1503 Write a review
318 - 1st Avenue Southwest Suite 120, Rochester, MN 55902(507) 424-8282 Write a review
602 11th Ave NW Suite 300 , Rochester, MN 55901(507) 292-1379 Write a review
Ryan & Grinde, Ltd.
407 14th St N.W. , Rochester, MN 55901(507) 282-8118 Write a review
More on Family law attorneys
Family law attorneys deal with an array of issues. One of the most common ones include dealing with child custody matters. This refers to determining who has the legal right to take care of a child and to what extent. Often, couples who are in the middle of a divorce need to deal with custody issues because the parties have to determine who gets the child, when, how, and where. Another common matter that family law attorneys deal with is paternity. In the event that a man doesn't not want to claim responsibility for a child or in the event that there are some doubts regarding who the real father is, a paternity test must be conducted to determine the biological father of a child.