"My parents divorced when I was seven years-old after separating when I was three. I have no memory of living together with my mother and father. My mother had sole custody of me, which was pretty much the norm at the time (1983). My father had limited visitation which he, unfortunately, did not usually use.
Thankfully, both of my parents did a good job of keeping me out of legal issues, and I didn’t have any sense of the implications of the divorce until I was an adult. The idea of separate parents was always normal to me.
I originally pursued a degree in Psychology which led me to the graduate program at the University of Minnesota. I eventually decided that psychology was not the career for me and switched to the law.
I graduated from the William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul in 2008 and was admitted to the Minnesota BAR later that year. In January of 2009 I started the Majeski Law, LLC practice.
Currently, I live in Oakdale, Minnesota with my wife of 9 years and our 6 year-old daughter. I own and operate the Majeski Law practice in Woodbury."