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The Right Lawyer Can Make This Time Easier For You

When your family and your future are threatened, it is natural to want to fight back as hard as you can. In some instances, this is the only approach. Most often, however, negotiation and mediation can produce good results without traumatizing anyone in the process. This is an especially important consideration when children are involved.

How will you know which path to choose? Speak with me, attorney Andrew Titus. I have more than 15 years of experience with divorce, custody and all aspects of family law. I will thoroughly explain how the law will apply to your case so you have a good idea of your options. You can rely on me to be honest and to provide a realistic picture of your outcomes. When it’s time to battle in court, that is what we’ll do. When alternative dispute resolution is the better option, I will skillfully negotiate on your behalf. To learn more, please contact me for a free consultation.

You Can Trust In My Wide-Ranging Experience

I can assist you with any Minnesota family law matter, regardless of complexity, including:

  • Divorce (contested and uncontested)
  • Property division
  • Spousal maintenance
  • Child custody
  • Child support
  • Modifications to existing orders
  • Adoption, stepparent adoption, and direct placement adoption
  • Domestic violence

In addition, I help families in probate court with obtaining guardianships of minor children whose parents have died, or older or incapacitated adults who cannot manage their day-to-day affairs. These cases may be sensitive and emotions will likely run high. I will do my best to keep everyone calm and focused on the outcome.

It Is Better To Get Answers Rather Than Wait And Worry

I know this is a difficult time, but you can start to move through it by learning what to expect. Please call Titus Law Office, PLLC, in Worthington at 507-295-4453 or send me an email. I offer a free consultation to discuss your case.