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Gerald Oliver Williams Jr.

651-332-7650
Gerald Oliver Williams
Williams Divorce & Family Law
652 Bielenberg Drive, Suite 202
Woodbury, MN 55125
www.divorcelawyermn.com
Phone: 651-332-7650
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Gerald Oliver Williams Jr.

Board Certified Specialist in Family Law Trial Advocacy

About Gerald Oliver Williams Jr.

Gerald Williams has been practicing exclusively divorce and family law in Minnesota for over 25 years.  Gerald's years of experience advocating for clients in a wide variety of divorce and family law cases, also make him an exceptional mediator.  A free 30 minute consult is available to determine if Gerald is a good fit for your case.

Biography

Gerald Williams has been practicing exclusively divorce and family law in Minnesota for over 25 years.  Gerald's years of experience advocating for clients in a wide variety of divorce and family law cases, also make him an exceptional mediator.  A free 30 minute consult is available to determine if Gerald is a good fit for your case.

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Contact Information

Gerald Oliver Williams Jr. -
Williams Divorce & Family Law
652 Bielenberg Drive, Suite 202
Woodbury, MN 55125
www.divorcelawyermn.com
Phone Numbers:
  • Office: 651-332-7650
  • Fax: 651-389-0210

Practice Areas

Area of Practice % Focus
Family LawP230.00%
DivorceS230.00%
Child CustodyS220.00%
Divorce MediationS220.00%

Credentials

Bar Licenses

State Status Year Acquired
Minnesota Member in Good Standing 1992

Education

School Major Degree Year Graduated
University of Minnesota Law School J.D. 1992

Associations

Position Organization Duration
Fellow,
Past Board Member
American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers present
International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers present

Specialty Certifications

Certification Specialty Accredited Organization Year
Board Certified Specialist Family Law Trial Advocacy National Board of Trial Advocacy ---

Awards and Recognitions

Recognition Granting Organization Year
Superlawyers Thomson Reuters 2018

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The Role of Managed Mental Health Disorders in Family Court

Posted on Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019

When a separated couple is addressing a child custody dispute, and one of the parents has a mental illness, it is not uncommon for the other parent to try to use the mental disorder as a “trump ... [read more]

Obligation to Disclose Information in Divorce

Posted on Wednesday, July 25th, 2018

Both parties to a divorce have an obligation to each other, and to the court, not to leave out relevant information.  It is considered fraud upon the court to allow a divorce to be finalized with... [read more]

Statutory Spousal Maintenance Guidelines May Be Coming to Minnesota

Posted on Wednesday, June 6th, 2018

Statutory spousal maintenance guidelines, i.e. alimony, may be coming to Minnesota at long last.  For years, Minnesota statutes have provided guidelines for child support, but not for spousal mai... [read more]

Discovery

Posted on Sunday, November 26th, 2017

When spouses and their attorneys exchange information in a divorce case, it is called discovery.  Formal discovery happens mainly in the form of interrogatories, requests for production of docume... [read more]

Right of First Refusal

Posted on Wednesday, September 13th, 2017

When separated co-parents establish the grounds rules for their parenting schedule, it is common to include a “right of first refusal.”  The right of first refusal allows an “of... [read more]

The Uncontested Divorce – Part 6 (Personal Property)

Posted on Wednesday, July 26th, 2017

For many couples, it is easy to resolve the issue of “stuff.”  Many items of personal property naturally “belong” to one party or the other, especially when each party is ... [read more]