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“Getting married is easy. Un-marrying someone can be another story entirely. That’s why a good family law attorney needs to be equal parts lawyer, therapist and accountant.”

Suzanne M. Remington is a partner in the firm and practices exclusively in the area of family law, including complex business valuation, property division, cash flow analysis relating to spousal maintenance and child support, and contested custody matters.

“Even at its most technical, family law never veers far from its intensely personal core,” says Suzanne. “At the same time I’m focusing on complicated tax and liquidity issues or honing my knowledge of case law, I’m equally focused on doing everything possible to alleviate the profound stress my clients are experiencing. It’s not a skill one learns in law school, but it’s absolutely integral to being a true client advocate.”

Over the last two decades, Suzanne has appeared before the Minnesota Supreme Court and many times before the Minnesota Court of Appeals. She has also tried numerous cases before district court judges in the metro and surrounding areas, and is a frequent presenter and trainer on topics such as financial early neutral evaluation, the new child support statutes, and effective marital dissolution practices. In addition, she completed certified civil mediation training and is now a qualified neutral under Rule 114.


Practice areas


  1. Appeals: 50%
  2. Family: 50%

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Hellmuth & Johnson PLLC

8050 W 78th St
Edina, MN, 55439-2530


MNAuthorized to practice199407/15/2016
ILVoluntarily Inactive199205/11/2016
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Loyola University Chicago School of LawN/AJDN/A
Indiana UniversityCriminal JusticeBAN/A