Rogness & Field is a boutique law firm practicing in the areas of family law, probate and estate planning. We also provide mediation services. Rogness & Field has skilled attorneys and mediators licensed in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Our attorneys are experienced, skilled, and ethical legal practioners who have been recognized by the legal community for their quality work, expertise, and dedication to the legal profession. Contact us to find out how we can help you.

We strive to settle each case outside of the courtroom. However, we understand that each case and each client is unique. In the event that your case requires litigation, our attorneys have substantial courtroom experience and a history of achieving excellent results.

We have a team that can help you during any phase of life.
We are a 100% Women-Owned Law Firm

We offer a full range of services for your family’s needs.

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Being involved in a family law matter or crisis is stressful.

As your attorneys, it is our job to walk you through the legal process and make sure that you are aware of, and understand, all of your options and likelihood of success.

At the beginning of our representation, we take time to develop an individualized plan that will work for you and your family. This means that you will know what to expect at each step in your case. We work for you.


We offer the following practice areas for each phase of life:
Family Law
The area of law covering divorce, post-divorce, paternity, custody, child support, prenuptial agreements and adoption is known as Family Law.
Divorce creates a legal end to a marriage. In a divorce the court sets terms for what will happen to the parties incomes, property and children after the marriage has ended. A divorce can be accomplished with or without attorneys.
After parties divorce, they may need to adjust the terms of their divorce decree. This can mean modifying spousal maintenance, child support, custody labels or parenting time. More rarely it may also involve enforcing a property division.
Once a person has died their assets need to be legally transferred to another person. Depending on the circumstance, this can be accomplished outside the legal process, or can involve an informal or formal probate. Another area addressed in probate court is the guardianship and/or conservatorship of another person.
Antenuptual Agreements
A prenuptial agreement is also known as an antenuptial agreement. A prenuptial agreement is a contract created prior to marriage that sets forth what would happen to the parties’ assets and income upon death or divorce.
Collaborative Law
Collaborative Law is a process used for parties that are involved in a Family Law dispute wherein the parties agree not to go to court but rather to resolve their disputes together with the help of counsel. Family law attorneys that practice in Collaborative Law typically have specialized training to help facilitate this process.
Attorneys at our office work as mediators or as an attorney representing someone in mediation. Mediation is one way to resolve a dispute without going to court. A mediator is a neutral party that helps parties reach agreements. Mediators cannot provide legal advice, and for that reason many people choose to attend mediation with an attorney.
Estate Planning
An estate plan is a plan that you create to address how your assets will be distributed upon your death, as well as terms for the care of minor children. An estate plan is often set up to ensure that an estate avoids probate later on. Other important parts of an estate plan include a power of attorney and health care directive.

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