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Twin Cities Legal Service, PLLC

Family Law &
Collaborative Law

Linda K. Wray - Attorney at Law

Experienced, Skilled And Professional

The way people transition through divorce and other family law matters has an enormous impact on lives for years to come. Poor transitions negatively affect children’s formation of identity, peer relationships, school performance and their relationship with parents. Meanwhile, poor transitions between divorcing spouses can produce persistent hostility, lack of productivity, financial strains and low self-esteem.

Constructive transitions through family law proceedings can significantly improve children’s ability to become emotionally healthy, productive adults. Such transitions enable adults to develop new, satisfying relationships, and be effective participants in newly restructured families and in society.

At the law office of Linda K. Wray, we are devoted to constructively assisting our clients through family law matters, including child custodyfinancial support issues and the division of marital property.

Family Law

The Divorce Process

Dividing Complex Assets

Collaborative Law

A Dignified And Respectful Process

We believe that marital dissolutions can be conducted in a dignified manner, enabling both parties to move on positively to the next chapter of life.

In her more than 20 years of practice, Linda K. Wray has earned a reputation as a strong and respectful advocate who effectively represents clients through difficult family transitions. She has successfully resolved a countless number of cases through negotiation, and has also obtained favorable results when court involvement was necessary.

A Wealth Of Experience In Complex Asset Divorces

Linda is well-versed in guiding professionals, business owners and others with complex assets through the divorce process. She works closely with valuation specialists, forensic accountants and other financial experts to properly and fully identify marital and nonmarital assets, protect her clients’ interests regarding the division of property, and develop support proposals that address her client’s financial goals.

Getting this right is critical to setting the financial foundation for your post-divorce life.