Elizabeth Rosar Chermack, Attorney at Law, is dedicated to helping her clients resolve their family law, bankruptcy, adoption, and housing law matters. She is also committed to educating and advising her clients so they can make the best possible decisions for themselves and their families.
Elizabeth Rosar Chermack, Attorney at Law, serves the Twin Cities metro area, including Dakota County, Scott County, Hennepin County, Ramsey County, Anoka County, Washington County, Carver County, and other counties upon request. Elizabeth Rosar Chermack, Attorney at Law, is a Burnsville divorce lawyer, a Burnsville bankruptcy lawyer, a Burnsville adoption lawyer, and a Burnsville family law attorney.
Liz will work with you to learn about your case so you can work towards the best outcome for you and your family. Family Law matters include: divorce (marital dissolution), child custody & parenting time, child support, spousal maintenance (alimony), property division, Qualified Domestic Relations Orders, post-decree modifications, Antenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements, and Orders for Protection. (read more)
Liz represents debtors in bankruptcy cases. She understands that in the current economy, bankruptcy is often the only way for people to get a fresh start and end the sleepless nights caused by worries about unpaid debt and bills. Liz will talk with you during your initial consultation to help you decide whether bankruptcy is the best choice for you and your family. (read more)
Liz is an adoption attorney who has been through the adoption process herself when she and her husband adopted their two children through the Minnesota Waiting Children Program. Adoption matters include: Adoption Assistance appeals, second parent adoption, stepparent adoption, foster care adoption, contact agreements, and adult adoption. (read more)
While she was in law school, Liz was a housing law clerk at Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services. Housing Law includes the following: foreclosures, short sales, deeds in lieu of foreclosure, tenants’ rights when a landlord’s property has been foreclosed on, security & damage deposits, repairs, reasonable accommodations & disability discrimination, evictions, and expungement of evictions. (read more)
Liz graduated magna cum laude from William Mitchell College of Law in 2009. In January 2010, Liz started her law practice in Burnsville and has enjoyed working with and advocating for her family law, bankruptcy, adoption, and housing law clients. Liz believes in taking a compassionate and practical approach to her clients’ cases whenever it is possible. (read more)