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Dignified Divorce

Many mature couples have found that they could go their separate ways without creating a devastation in the process. By focusing on the issues and avoiding needless confrontation and uncooperativeness, divorce can frequently be completed with less expense and grief, and more quickly, without resorting to the court for hearings and decisions on the issues.

This approach is sometimes referred to as "uncontested divorce," "divorce with dignity," "collaborative divorce," "cooperative divorce," or by other terms.

In this process, the parties focus upon responsibilities toward the children and a fair division of the assets and liabilities. By avoiding hostility and aggressive tactics, while emphasizing cooperation and full disclosure, the parties can move on with their lives more quickly.

For more information and to set up an appointment, phone (320) 251-0222.


Hasselbrink Law Office
6027 19th St. N.
St. Cloud, Minnesota 56303
(320) 251-0222

  • Emphasizing discretion, privacy, and creative
    and reasoned approaches to divorce
  • Independent, experienced, legal services
  • Personal Attention
  • More than 20 years of experience in the Twin Cities
    and central Minnesota, as an attorney, mediator,
    and family court settlement conference referee


    Never attempt to handle a dissolution without an attorney.

    ** ALWAYS HAVE AN ATTORNEY REPRESENT YOU IN THESE IMPORTANT AND COMPLEX MATTERS. **


    GERALD HASSELBRINK, Attorney at Law
    of the Minnesota Bar and United States District Court
    Qualified Neutral under Minnesota Court Rule 114 for Mediation and Arbitration

    INDEPENDENT, CONFIDENTIAL, LEGAL SERVICES
    PRACTICING FAMILY LAW AND COOPERATIVE DIVORCE IN CENTRAL MINNESOTA
    MEDIATION, ARBITRATION, AND OTHER PRIVATE DISPUTE RESOLUTION THROUGHOUT MINNESOTA


    St. Cloud - St. Joseph, Minnesota
    Phone (320) 251-0222 | (320) 363- 0414
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