If you or your family is facing a family law issue, whether it be the difficult reality of a divorce, the joys of adoption, or the complexities brought about by a non-traditional relationship, Banas Family Law is here to help.
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Attorney Christopher M. Banas concentrates his practice in all areas of family law, including a growing focus on the collaborative law process. Chris Banas works with clients in the areas surrounding Eagan, including: St. Paul, Minneapolis, and other Twin Cities suburbs.
Chris Banas has been recognized for his experience and knowledge in this area:
Attorney Chris Banas recently appeared on a WCCO-TV special report discussing the impact of recent changes in Minnesota child support and custody laws.
His successful practice has led to his being named a Minnesota Law & Politics Rising Star in both 2007 and 2008. According to Minnesota Law & Politics, no more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in Minnesota are named to the Rising Star list. To compile the Rising Star list, Minnesota Law & Politics asks Minnesota lawyers to nominate the best attorneys who are 40 or under, or who have been practicing for 10 years or less. They are instructed to nominate lawyers they have personally observed in action whether as opposing counsel or co-counsel, or through other firsthand courtroom observation. Minnesota divorce lawyer Chris Banas was recognized for his work in the area of family law.
Lisa Page Banas
Attorney Lisa Page Banas concentrates her practice in all areas of Minnesota family law. Ms. Banas works with clients in the areas surrounding Eagan, including: St. Paul, Minneapolis, and other Twin City suburbs.
Lisa Page Banas assists clients with a wide range of family law issues including Minnesota divorce, Minnesota child support, Minnesota child custody, spousal maintenance, property division, paternity, adoption, domestic abuse, and parenting matters.
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