Matt Majeski established his firm on the belief that when it comes to you and your family, only the best services will do. In order to provide the personalized attention you deserve, the firm limits the number of clients represented at one time. In addition, to ensure the highest level of professional excellence and expertise, the firm focuses solely on family law issues. Lastly, by utilizing technology on a daily basis, we employ the most cost effective methods to achieve your goals.
Minnesota Divorce and Family Law Practice
We serve a number of individuals, parents and families dealing with all sorts of issues related to family law.
Family law areas of practice and issues include:
- Legal Separation;
- Child Support;
- Child Custody;
- Parenting Time (Visitation);
- Parenting Plans;
- Third Party Custody (such as, Grandparents);
- Domestic Abuse & Violence;
- Orders for Protection (Restraining Orders);
- Prenuptial Agreements;
- Marital Property (Debt & Assets) Division;
- Spousal Maintenance (Alimony);
- Post-Decree Orders and Modifications;
- And more…
Minnesota Divorce and Family Law Services
As mentioned above, the firm provides exceptional legal services and quality legal representation in all areas of family law.
Typical legal services for family law cases include:
- Drafting, Filing, and Service of legal documents;
- Information collection and legal research;
- Legal advice and counsel;
- Case preparation;
- Representation at court hearings;
- Negotiation and advocacy;
- Alternative dispute resolution (ADR);
If you haven’t already, read testimonials from our clients to see what it’s like working with Majeski Law.
Client Convenience and Additional Services Offered
Because your convenience is important to us, Majeski Law offers additional accommodations for clientele.
The following are just a few accommodations offered by Majeski Law:
- Flexible Appointments
Clients can arrange to meet with attorney, Matt Majeski, in-person at our Woodbury office, in the community at a location of their choosing, via phone conference, and/or online via video conference.
- After-hours & Weekend Availability
Multiple commitments and a busy work schedule can make it difficult for you to meet with a lawyer during business hours. Therefore, Majeski Law also offers flexible after-hours and weekend appointments when requested.
Legal Fees and Retainers in Family Law Cases
Retainers are required for all family law cases, and are collected at your intake appointment. Retainers are determined by the type of case and the facts of the situation. Please read: Minnesota Divorce Retainer to learn what a retainer is and how it works in a family law case.
Because contingency fee agreements are not legally permitted for family law cases, all work done on your case is billed at an hourly rate. Majeski Law carefully maintains time records and provides monthly invoices to the client. Our engagement letter and fee agreement thoroughly explains and differentiates between attorney services and paralegal services. For example, unlike most firms, even if an attorney provides paralegal services, the client is not charged at the attorney hourly rate. Instead, the client is billed at the paralegal hourly rate, regardless of the fact that the attorney provided the services.
Another way Majeski Law ensures affordable, high quality legal representation is by including certain expenses into the hourly rates. For instance, unlike other firms, Majeski Law does not bill separately for administrative costs of routine copies, routine mailings and postage fees, telephone services, or faxes. Instead, as mentioned, these case expenses are taken care of by the firm and included as part of our services.
Payment options for legal services include cash, personal check, bank or cashier’s check, credit card, or debit card. Credit card and debit card payments can be taken over the phone, in the office, or online.
Although Majeski Law does not accept payment plans, there are a few different payment options. To learn about your payment options and how to keep costs low, read: How to Pay for a Divorce Lawyer.