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Allison Maxim
Maxim Law, PLLC
Grand Hill Professional Building, 333 Grand Avenue, Saint Paul, Minnesota, 55102


Second Address
1660 South Highway 100, Suite 500, Saint Louis Park, Minnesota, 55416
Bio

As a collaborative divorce and family law attorney, I work hard to help clients creatively resolve their divorce or other family related transition in a way that honors their interests and preserves their dignity throughout the process. I have consistenly received positive feedback from clients on my responsiveness to their concerns, efficient handling of their case, and ability to assert their interests in a way that preserves the integrity of their family relationships. 

In addition to having my law degree I have a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology, which I draw upon when there are complex dynamics at play. I believe that families are complex systems and that a collaborative approach results in better outcomes for families. The court system is an adversarial system designed to deliver winners and losers at a steep cost. But I have found that in most divorce and family law cases there are rarely winners, especially when children are involved. Parents and children are better served when they have a team focusing on problem solving as opposed to how a Judge is going to view their case.

I am honored to do the work that I do and view it as a way to help people move through one of life’s most challenging transitions with integrity.

Areas of Practice

Divorce

Child Custody

Post-Divorce Modifications

International Divorce and Child Custody 

Grandparent custody and visitation

Family law related appeals

Education
Undergraduate Education: Ohio University, Honors Tutorial College, B.A. Psychology
Postgraduate Education: Minnesota School of Professional Psychology, M.A. Clinical Psychology
Law School: University of St. Thomas School of Law
Professional Licenses

State of Minnesota

United States District Court, District of Minnesota

Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals

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