A Minnesota Divorce Flow Chart Will Help You Visualize How a Case Moves Along.

A Minnesota divorce case, like other Minnesota family law cases, moves through the system in a manner that is sometimes confusing to pro se litigants or even to parties who have attorneys.   Visualizing the process is helpful.

Think of a divorce or other family law case like a train moving from station to station.  There are different tracks that the train may roll along all ending up at the same place.   A legal case is like that train.  There is a settlement, mediation, or litigation track.  The case always ends up before the Court either in settlement, where the parties may or may not have to appear, or in a contested trial.

This flow chart may help you in understanding the settlement, mediation, and litigation tracks to a Minnesota divorce or other Minnesota family law manner.  I created this flow chart for my clients to help them visualize the process.

JUST FLOW CHART 1-29-2016 See   Flow Chart for Minnesota Divorce Proceeding   Download PDF

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Kate Willmore, Saint Cloud, Minnesota, Divorce, Father’s Rights, Mother’s Rights, Family Lawyer, Family Court Lawyer and Mediation Coach

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About Kate Willmore, Esq.

Kate Willmore, Saint Cloud, Minnesota, divorce, custody and family attorney brings over 25 years experience to every client's legal matter. *** Licensed in Minnesota and in California

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