PLEASE NOTE: We continue to provide legal services during our regular office hours while we are all experiencing the impact of COVID-19. To protect the safety of all, our physical office is temporarily closed. We will continue offering consultations and meetings via telephone or through video conferencing. We will continue to do court appearances and mediations through virtual conferencing, and we will do in-person court appearances if directed by the courts. Although some aspects of legal services need to be modified to accommodate the changes and restrictions imposed across the state, we remain dedicated to providing professional and quality legal representation through our ability to work remotely with the courts, mediators, attorneys, and clients.

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and Committed Service

Police interviewing upset woman
Police interviewing upset woman

Handling Sensitive Domestic Abuse Issues

At Krueger, Juelich & Schmisek, PLLC, we are strong advocates for victims of domestic abuse in Minnesota. If you or someone close to you has been subjected to domestic violence, we can help you seek an order for protection (OFP) that will place strict limits on the conduct of the abuser. If an order for protection is violated, it is a criminal offense. If domestic violence is intertwined in a family law dispute, our lawyers can help you navigate this complex legal terrain.

We are knowledgeable in all of the ways a divorce or custody dispute can be affected by an abuse allegation. Our attorneys have earned a reputation for strong advocacy serving clients in Minnetonka and throughout the Twin Cities. Please call us now at 952-373-8564 to schedule your initial consultation with one of our skilled staff members.

Standing Up Against False Allegations

Sadly, orders for protection, and other no-contact or restraining orders, are sometimes abused in order to try to gain an advantage in a divorce or custody proceeding. We aggressively fight such tactics, working tenaciously to protect the rights and reputations of our clients.

An order for protection can severely limit your rights. You may not be allowed to see your children or even enter your own home. We understand the high stakes of these legal matters, and we are prepared to help.

We Are Here For You

Whatever family law issues you face, we are here to provide you with the guidance and advocacy you need. Contact us today online or call us at 952-373-8564 to arrange your initial consultation with a knowledgeable lawyer in Minnetonka.