Throughout life each of us may encounter issues in which we need to get sound legal advice and good legal service on how best to proceed. At such times, it is important to obtain guidance from someone who can act like a beacon in a potential sea of confusion.
Mooney Law Office is committed to providing you with top notch legal service in many areas including family law, wills and trusts, and probate administration with almost 40 years of experience. Mary Mooney has represented hundreds of clients over the years throughout the 7 county metropolitan area including Anoka County, Carver County, Dakota County, Hennepin County, Ramsey County, Scott County, Sherburne County, and Wright County as well as greater Minnesota.
Each client is approached with a focus on integrity, advocacy and understanding. Mary will take the necessary time to explore the issues with you, offering effective, practical, and creative solutions as well as honest and candid advice. She will listen to your concerns and communicate with you in a caring and compassionate manner regarding the best way to proceed. You will be advised of the upside and downside of any solutions you wish to explore in order that you can feel confident in the decisions you make.
Mary is very supportive of mediation and alternative dispute resolution processes and willing to approach settlement at all points in the process. She takes pride in guiding her clients to a resolution of the issues that is fair. She will look to work with opposing counsel or self represented parties in an attempt to reduce the cost and stress of litigation while at the same time exploring all reasonable and reality based solutions. When there is no alternative but to look to the Court for resolution of the issues, Mary is an experienced litigator with an impressive background in writing and drafting legal documents as well as advocating for her clients in motion hearings and contested trials.
Family Law including divorce, separation, support, maintenance, property division including marital and non-marital property, custody, parenting time, post decree modifications, real estate issues, and other family law matters
Wills, Trusts, and Probate Administration including Powers of Attorney, Living Wills and Health Care Declarations