Contreras Edin & Associates, PLLC takes select family law cases in the twin cities, metro area. If you have a question about whether our office can assist your family case, please contact our office.
Child in Need of Protective Services
Our office can also assist you in the defense of a CHIPS (Child in Need of Protective Services) action or when it has been determined that your child is in need of protective services. If the State of Minnesota has initiated CHIPS proceedings and you would like to bring a defense against these allegations, please contact our office for a consultation with an attorney.
Select Guardianship Cases
The office handles select guardianship cases handled in probate court. If you would like to seek guardianship over a minor child, please contact our office for additional information.
Our office also assists with simple divorce cases. A simple divorce usually is one that is not contested, where there are no child custody issues, and where there is minimal or no property to be divided. If you think our law office can assist you with your divorce, please contact our office directly.
Simple International Divorces
The office can handle simple international divorce cases. A simple international divorce case is one that is generally not contested, where there no child custody issues and where one of the parties lives abroad. If you are interested in seeking an international divorce, please contact our office.
The office can assist with adoptions by a stepparent. A stepparent adoption takes place after the legal parent is married to someone who is not the child’s biological parent, but would like to adopt the child. There are many reasons why someone may want to legally adopt their stepchild. If you think you may need help with a stepparent adoption, please contact our office.
Termination of Parental Rights
Contreras Edin & Associates, PLLC can also assist you in terminating the parental rights of a biological parent who has abandoned the child. The situation most often comes-up when attempting to have your child adopted by another person who is not the parent, such as a stepparent. If you are interested in more information regarding termination of parental rights, please contact our office.