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The way people transition through divorce and other family law matters has enormous impact on lives for years to come. Poor transitions affect children's formation of their identity, peer relationships, school performance and relationship with parents. With respect to parents and spouses, poor transitions lead to persistent hostility, lack of productivity, financial strains and low self-esteem.


Constructive transitions through family law proceedings however, can significantly improve children's ability to become emotionally healthy, productive adults. Such transitions enable adults to develop new, satisfying relationships and be effective participants in newly restructured families and in society.


Linda is devoted to constructively assisting her clients through family law matters, including preserving their dignity and values while effectively representing their financial interests and their interests as parents.


Contact info

Linda K. Wray Attorney At Law

7201 Ohms Lane
Suite 215
Edina, MN, 55439

Practice areas


  1. Family: 80%
  2. Litigation: 10%
  3. Wills: 10%

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MNAuthorized to practice198706/15/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Minnesota Super LawyerLaw & Politics Magazine2015
Minnesota Super LawyerLaw & Politics Magazine2014
Minnesota Super LawyerLaw & Politics Magazine2013
Minnesota Super LawyerLaw & Politics Magazine2012
Minnesota Super LawyerLaw & Politics Magazine2011
Minnesota Super LawyerLaw & Politics Magazine2010
Minnesota Super LawyerLaw & Politics Magazine2009
Minnesota Super LawyerLaw & Politics Magazine2008
Minnesota Super LawyerLaw & Politics Magazine2007
Minnesota Super LawyerLaw & Politics Magazine2006
Minnesota Super LawyerLaw & Politics Magazine2005
Minnesota Super LawyerLaw & Politics Magazine2004
Minnesota Super LawyerLaw & Politics Magazine2003
AV Preeminent RatedMartindale - HubbellN/A
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
AttorneyTwin Cities Legal Service, PLLC1995 - Present
Association namePosition nameDuration
Collaborative Law Institute, Task on Rules of General PracticeMemberN/A
International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, Research CommitteeCo-chairpersonN/A
Minnesota State Bar Association, Family Law SectionMemberN/A
Hennepin County Bar Association, Family Law SectionMemberN/A
International Academy of Collaboative ProfessionalsPresident2014 - 2015
International Academy of Collaborative ProfessionalsBoard of Directors2011 - 2016
Collaborative Law InstitutePresident2006 - 2006
Collaborative Law InstituteBoard Member2003 - 2006
Collaborative Law Institute, Protocol CommitteeChairperson2003 - 2012
Publication nameTitleDate
Family Law Forum, A Publication of the Minnesota State Bar Association Family Law SectionCollaborative Practice, Lawyer as Negotiator and Problem-Solver2011
33 WM. MIT. L.REV. 971, 984-985Collaborative Law: A Useful Tool for the Family Law Practitioner to Promote Better Outcomes2007
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of California at Los Angeles School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1986
Carleton CollegePsychologyBA - Bachelor of Arts1978
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
16th Annual IACP ForumCollaborative Law2015
Peaceful Divorce Resolution: ADR vs. Collaborative LawCollaborative Law2011
Point Counterpoint regarding Collaborative Practice and Cooperative LawCollaborative Law2010
International Academy of Collaborative Profsesionals Annual ForumWhat the Research Reveals About Client Satisfaction October2010