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Julius & White Law
Led by attorney Debra Julius, our lawyers are ready to help you navigate life’s changes. We have more than 27 years of experience. Each attorney has experience as a negotiator and a trial lawyer. Debra Julius has also been a Rule 114 mediator, early neutral evaluator (SENE & FENE).
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OUR FAMILY LAW SERVICES IN PRIOR LAKE
We’re experienced in divorce, and family law cases throughout Minnesota. We passionately provide legal advocacy for all types of complex family law issues.
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Meet Our Attorneys
Debra opened the doors of Julius & White Law in 1997. Debra primarily represents clients in family law proceedings, including divorce, separation, child custody, paternity, spousal maintenance and child support issues. In here spare time she cares for her horses, dogs, and cats.
Martha White practices all aspects of family law, including divorce, custody, property division, paternity, and domestic violence and harassment matters. She has substantial experience in child protection cases, as well.
1.TRUTH- Mediation is cheaper than litigation. Yes, if you use a good mediator, that is experienced in family law, you can and should save SUBSTANTIAL sums of money. It is far cheaper to spend a day or two in mediation, even with your attorney present, that in trial. 2.TRUTH- Mediated Agreements work – By coming
1. MYTH- A Mediator can be used instead of an attorney. Many people think they will “just skip a lawyer and go to a mediator instead”. Since a mediator cannot give you legal advice, the person that goes to a mediator without talking to their own attorney does not know what he/she is giving up.
Hello, periodically, we like to update our clients with legal news we think may affect them. Today I want to address the issue of life insurance on the other parent. Some times parents or former spouses receiving spousal support, want the support payments to be guaranteed by life insurance. Meaning, that if the parent or