Clausen & Hassan LLC

2305 Waters Drive Waters Drive Business Park
Saint Paul MN 55120
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Opening Hours

  • Mon: 8am-5pm
  • Tue: 8am-5pm
  • Wed: 8am-5pm
  • Thu: 8am-5pm
  • Fri: 8am-5pm

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We serve a wide area throughout central Minnesota which includes the counties of Sherburne, Washington, Ramsey, Hennepin, Dakota, Anoka, Scott and beyond. We have been serving the greater Twin Cities metropolitan region for decades and we continue to provide caring and dedicated legal services to people who need them. Attorneys at Clausen & Hassan, LLC, specialize in several areas of law, including criminal defense, family law, civil litigation and personal injury. We also handle appeals and post-trial issues at affordable rates. Our experienced attorneys take a proactive and aggressive approach to produce the best possible outcome for our clients. Let Clausen & Hassan, LLC, take the stress and worry out of your legal case by calling us for a free consultation. We strive to get results and foster long-term relationships with our clients which last for years after their case has been decided. Our clients are our main priority and their satisfaction is our ultimate objective. Have a question? Contact Clausen & Hassan, LLC, today for a free consultation. Call 651-647-0087 or complete our free case evaluation form to the right side of this page. In a Divorce proceeding, the Court has the authority to award attorney's fees in two ( 2 ) different cases. First, if one party establishes that he/she has a need for attorney fees based upon monthly expenses and income, and the other party has the ability to pay, the Court can consider an award of necessary attorney [... ] If a party wants to change his or her last name, it can be done as part of the Divorce process. The party who wishes to seek a name change must certify that he or she is not changing their name to avoid creditors or to avoid criminal prosecution and is not a convicted felon.