Patrice M. Hockings Attorney at Law and Family Law Mediator Hockings Law Office, LLC Lakeway Office Park 7028 East Fish Lake Road Maple Grove, Minnesota 55311 Phone: (763) 420-9089 Fax: (763) 420-9625 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: hockingslaw.com
Hockings Law Office, LLC is a Maple Grove, Minnesota private law firm practicing in Family Law & Divorce; Family Law Mediation; Paternity; Child Custody; Parenting Access; Child Support; Spousal Support; Court Order Modifications; Prenuptial Agreements, Postnuptial Agreements, Cohabitation Agreements, Name Change, and Wills.
Attorney Patrice M. Hockings is committed to serving you in resolving your family law issues. A fair and equitable division of property and debts between spouses is her goal when assisting you with a divorce. She advocates in your child's best interests when striving to maintain or change custody for you. Your child's needs and welfare as well as your personal circumstances are important to Patrice when seeking appropriate child support. The necessity of continuing your parent and child relationship motivates her to promote a suitable visitation or parenting access schedule with your child. Patrice aggressively pursues contempt of court proceedings to enforce court orders. When you or your child experience a change in circumstances, she suggests that court order modification addressing child support, visitation, custody, or spousal support may be advantageous. Whether you wish to establish, or seek to deny, parental identity and responsibility, Patrice can assist you with all your paternity matters. If advocacy is not necessary in your case, Patrice is qualified to facilitate mediation for all your family law concerns.
Hockings Law Office, LLC practices in Hennepin County, Anoka County, Wright County, Sherburne County, and Ramsey County.
Office hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. - evenings and weekends by appointment.
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