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Divorce Lawyer with 30 Years of Experience

If you are seeking a divorce, finding the legal support you need is often a frustrating experience. At my law firm - Susan Thurston, P.A. - I work to understand my clients' legal issues, explain the legal process and work through a successful resolution of their legal matters.

If you are looking for a female attorney to work in partnership with you through your legal proceeding, contact me or call 651-653-8800 to schedule an appointment.

Marital property division: If you are getting divorced and are faced with the task of dividing your marital estate, an attorney's knowledge regarding asset valuation and tax ramifications will become very valuable to you. I will help you negotiate the property division that is fair and equitable.

Child support: The current child support laws have been updated. Child support is determined through a formula that takes the gross income of each parent and the number of children into account. I can help you determine the amount of child support that should be paid under your particular financial circumstances.

Custody: Divorce impacts your children. A custodial arrangement for your children should provide continuity and stability in their routine and should always focus on what is in their best interest.

Parenting time: Children need both parents to continue to be involved in their lives. Creating a parenting time or visitation schedule that allows both parents to continue to participate in their lives and parent them in a meaningful way, will reduce the possible negative impact of the divorce.

Spousal support, spousal maintenance and alimony: If you are unable to support yourself financially, you may qualify for an award of spousal maintenance. I carefully analyze the law along with my clients' circumstances to determine whether or not an award of spousal maintenance is appropriate.

Modifications of custody, parenting time, child support and spousal maintenance: A substantial change in financial circumstances as well as changes in the needs of your children may require modification of certain provisions contained within your divorce decree. Don't hesitate to contact me to determine whether or not a modification of your divorce decree is warranted.

Life circumstances change and sometimes certain aspects of a divorce decree must change as well. A modification to an existing decree may be necessary due to a variety of reasons including the age of the child or employment changes. Retroactively reducing child support or spousal maintenance is not possible, so to avoid accruing back payments, contact an attorney immediately if your situation changes.

If you are interested in scheduling an appointment with an experienced attorney, contact me at Susan Thurston, P.A., or call 651-653-8800.

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Susan Thurston, P.A.
4856 Banning Ave.
White Bear Lake, MN 55110
Phone: 800-747-6649
Fax: 651-429-0817
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