Family Law

Family Law

Nothing matters more to you than your family and their welfare. At Patton, Hoversten & Berg, P.A., we understand that. Whether you’re dealing with a difficult legal problem like divorce, or celebrating an adoption, our family law attorneys are here to provide thoughtful, compassionate counsel and assertive representation in the following areas:

The family law attorneys at Patton, Hoversten & Berg, P.A. will treat you with dignity and respect, while protecting your interests, your assets, and your desires. To discuss your case today, please contact us by using our Contact Us page, or contact our Waseca office at 507-835-5240, our Owatonna office at 507-451-9000, our Janesville office at 507-234-5106, or toll-free at 1-888-835-5244.

Divorce

Divorce

Divorce For most people, divorce is a difficult and stressful time. Along with the personal emotions inherent in such a dissolution, there are financial and legal issues to be dealt with as well. Who gets custody of the children? How will the assets and liab…
Adoption

Adoption

Adoption Adopting a child is an emotionally gratifying experience. Whether you are seeking to unify your family by adopting a stepchild, or looking to expand it by adding a new member, adoption can build strong family bonds and serve as a testament to love. O…
Custody/Paternity

Custody/Paternity

Custody/Paternity Whether a child’s parents were married upon the child’s birth, and whether paternity has been acknowledged and established, are two key factors in determining child custody. If the parents were unmarried, the mother has an automatic right to sole…
Grandparents’ Rights

Grandparents’ Rights

Grandparents’ Rights Obtaining visitation with or custody of a grandchild can be a difficult process without the consent of the child’s parents. To petition for custody, you must be able to prove yourself as either a “de facto custodian” or an “interested thi…
Image of children benefiting from child support in Minnesota.

Child Support Lawyers

Child Support Lawyers Typically, child support is set by the court. The parent who has primary physical custody of the child, meaning “the parent who provides the primary residence for a child and is responsible for the majority of day-to-day decisions concerning a chil…

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