My professional life became transformed when I learned about Collaborative Practice.... more
My professional life became transformed when I learned about Collaborative Practice. I realized that rather than being part of a system that often further damages family relationships, I could be part of a restorative system. The Collaborative process helps couples and families transition to their new configuration and pays attention to family relationships by creating enduring and lasting agre... view profile
Mike Davey is licensed to practice law in Minnesota and in the United States... more
Mike Davey is licensed to practice law in Minnesota and in the United States District Courts for Minnesota and the Western District of Wisconsin. Mike graduated from William Mitchell College of Law. While in school he helped found the William Mitchell Journal of Law & Practice. Other Facts about Mike… He was a Rotary exchange student in High School in Stanghella,... view profile
Stephanie Johnson attended Gustavus Adolphus College, double majoring and double... more
Stephanie Johnson attended Gustavus Adolphus College, double majoring and double minoring. She graduated with the highest honors: summa cum laude. She is a recent graduate of William Mitchell College of Law. Her honors include graduating cum laude, Assistant Editor of the William Mitchell Law Review, Dean's List, and Merit Scholarship. While at Mitchell, Stephanie participated in the Vale Corpo... view profile
A written will lets you decide what happens to your money and property after you die, while a living will lets you decide whether or not you wish to be placed on a medical life support system if you become disabled or incapacitated. Wills attorneys and living wills attorneys know all of the language that must be included in your will documents so that things happen the way you want. Because it's impossible for anyone to explain a will after his or her death, it is very important that the will meets all legal requirements. A wills attorney will ensure it does.