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EDINA DIVORCE & FAMILY LAW ATTORNEYS

Family legal matters can be difficult because they are emotionally charged situations that can involve entire families. That is why when faced with matters such as divorce and divorce-related issues, child custody and child support, spousal maintenance, prenuptial agreements, and contested divorce, you need an experienced family law lawyer representing your interests.

When you have skilled representation working for you, you receive the guidance and advice that you need so you can make educated decisions that can ultimately influence the outcome of your case.

At Beyer & Simonson, LLC we have experience in the issues that couples throughout the Twin Cities face. These issues include spousal maintenance, property division, parenting time, domestic violence issues, and much more. You shouldn’t have to face these matters alone in a legal system that can be confusing. That is why our Edina divorce lawyers are here to help you every step of the way.

Marcus P. Beyer


I’ve practiced exclusively family law and have been a licensed Minnesota attorney for more than 15 years. I have been recognized as a Rising Star by Minnesota Law & Politics, a Top 40 Family Lawyer under 40 by the American Society of Legal Advocates (in my younger days), and as one of the Nation’s Top One Percent by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel.

Marcus’s most recent blog post

Custody Modification: What do you have to Prove?

Timothy J. Simonson


I’ve practiced family law for the past fifteen years, and as a husband and a proud parent of two, I have come to understand and appreciate the tie that binds a family, and have learned how vital it is to approach each of my clients’ matters with integrity, respect, and the personal care and attention that I would want for my own family.

Timothy’s most recent blog post

THE NEW CHILD SUPPORT LAW; FROM “CLIFFS” TO “BUCKETS”