About Schmidt Family Law & Mediation, PLLC

At Schmidt Family Law & Mediation, PLLC, in Edina, your family law concerns are our number one focus. A family unit is often the most important aspect of one's life, and just as all families are different, all cases of family law are different too. No matter the specifics of the case, it is our goal to provide comprehensive and tailored representation to Hennepin and Ramsey counties including, Bloomington, Hopkins, Brooklyn Park, New Hope, Eden Prairie, Richfield, Minnetonka, St. Louis Park, Minneapolis, Maplewood, St. Paul, Roseville, New Brighton, Vadnais Heights, Shoreview, and Mounds View.

Why We're Right For You

With experience as a family case manager, founder Christine Schmidt understands the common threads between the psychological aspects of social work and family law. She has a well-rounded and family-focused foundation with which to approach matters of child custody, parenting time, asset division and more. Her training includes:

  • Certification in Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Trained in the Guardian ad Litem Program
  • Financial Early Neutral Evaluation (FENE)
  • Social Early Neutral Evaluation (SENE)

Ms. Schmidt is also active in several professional organizations and community endeavors. She is a member of the Hennepin County Bar Association, the Douglas K. Amdahl American Inn of Court, and is the head of the Low Bono Committee for the Collaborative Law Institute of Minnesota where she also serves on the board of trustees. She also works on the program committee for Free Arts Minnesota.

Learn more about our founding lawyer using the link below.

Find Your Family Law Solution Now

If you're in need of an experienced and trustworthy attorney for representation in matters of divorce, custody disputes, parenting plans and more, contact Schmidt Family Law & Mediation, PLLC, today to schedule a free initial consultation.

Call 952-428-7820 or contact the firm online.

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