Proudly Practicing Exclusively in the Area of Family Law

Provoiding Clients in Northfield and Throughout Southern Minnesota With the Peace of Mind They Deserve.

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Options For Resolving Your Case

Our firm works closely with you to determine which method will best address your goals and concerns. Whether we pursue mediation, collaborative law, early neutral evaluations, or litigation, we will stand by you throughout the entire process and offer you the reassurance and counsel you need to move forward with your life.

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Over 40 Years of Combined Experience

By focusing exclusively on family law, our attorneys are able to successfully advocate for every client and help them achieve their goals and objectives. Ultimately, we strive to help our clients reach a resolution that meets and supports the unique needs of their family.

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Divorce & Dissolution of Marriage

We can assist you with: Custody and parenting time, child support, spousal maintenance (alimony), asset and debt division, non-marital claims, and more. Our goal is to help you walk away from your marriage with the confidence you need to begin your new chapter.

Paternity & Unmarried Parents

We offer trusted legal guidance regarding matters such as determining parentage, genetic testing, recognition of parentage, establishing and enforcing custody and parenting time, child support issues, and more.

Child Custody

Our firm can assist with matters involving third-party and grandparent custody and visitation arrangements, modifications of custody and parenting time, and more.

About Our Attorneys

Brad Frago and Michelle Lasswell have been proudly serving families in Northfield and surrounding areas since 2002. They’ve devoted their legal practice to helping clients successfully resolve their family law matters and giving them the tools they need to move forward into a brighter future.

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Family Law — It’s All We Do.

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