Tifanne Wolter

Primary Areas of Practice:

  • Divorce
  • Paternity
  • Custody
  • Parenting Time
  • Post Dissolution
  • Child Support
  • Spousal Maintenance
  • Prenuptial/Antenuptial Agreements
  • Third Party Custody

Tifanne Wolter is an attorney in the firm of Henningson & Snoxell, Ltd. in Maple Grove, Minnesota. She has practiced law for 15 years, concentrating her practice in family law for the last decade.

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Bar Admissions
  • Minnesota
  • United States District Court for the District of Minnesota
Education
  • Hamline University School of Law, St. Paul, Minnesota
  • J.D.
  • Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota
  • B.A., Major: Political Science and Sociology
Publications and Presentations

National Business Institute Continuing Education Presentations:

  • Financial Issues in Divorce for Paralegals, 2020
  • Top Challenges for Family Law Paralegals, 2020
  • ESI Challenges in Family Law, 2020
  • Asset and Debt Division in Divorce, 2020
  • What Family Law Paralegals Need to Know about Smartphone, Text & Social Media Evidence, 2020
  • Divorce: Gathering Evidence from Electronic Devices, 2020
  • Divorce Litigation: Avoiding Common Mistakes, 2020
  • Handling the Divorce Case from Start to Finish: A Paralegal’s Guide, 2020
  • Advanced Family Law for Paralegals, 2020
  • QDROs, Taxes, and Asset Issues in Divorce, 2020
  • Family Law: Advanced Issues and Answers, 2020
  • Divorce Law: Concealing Assets, Electronic Spying and Other Dirty Tricks Exposed, 2020
  • Divorce 2020: New Laws, Tax Rules and Trends, 2020
  • Discovering Hidden Assets in Divorce, 2020
  • Smartphone and Social Media Evidence in Family Law, 2020
  • Paralegal’s Guide to Complex Divorce Cases, 2020
  • Tax and Retirement Issues in Divorce: QDROs, 1041s and More, 2020
  • Mistakes Even Experienced Family Law Paralegals Make, 2020
  • Divorce Litigation: Avoiding Common Mistakes, 2019
  • Divorce: Gathering Evidence From Electronic Devices, 2019
  • Family Law: Advanced Issues and Answers, 2019
  • Authenticating and Admitting Evidence in Divorce, 2019
  • Case Management 101 for Family Law Paralegals, 2019
  • Handling the Divorce Case from Start to Finish: A Paralegal’s Guide, 2019
  • Advanced Divorce Litigation, 2019
  • Prenuptial Agreements: The Ultimate Guide, 2019
  • Authenticating and Admitting Evidence in Divorce, 2018
  • Smartphone, Text and Social Media Evidence in Family Law, 2018
  • Smart Phone and Social Media Evidence in Divorce Litigation, 2018
  • Divorce: Gathering Evidence from Electronic Devices, 2018
  • Family Law: Advanced Issues and Answers, 2018
  • Authenticating and Admitting Evidence in Divorce, 2018
  • Smart Phone & Social Media Evidence in Divorce Litigation, 2017
  • Family Law: Navigating the Fundamentals, 2016
  • E-Discovery in Divorce, 2016
  • Family Law Bootcamp, 2015

Minnesota CLE Continuing Education Presentations:

  • Family Law Institute: Social Media Issues in Family Law When the Genie Won’t Go Back into the Bottle, 2020
  • Family Law Institute: How Divorce Impacted My Practice, 2019
  • New Lawyer Experience: Quick Answers to the Legal Questions Friends, Relatives and Strangers Will Ask Anytime, Anywhere, 2019
  • Family Law Institute: Answers to Common Questions about Parenting Time Modifications, 2018
  • Family Law Institute: Cleaning Up the Spilled Milk, 2017
  • Family Law Institute: Keep Calm and File an Emergency Motion, 2016
  • Family Law Institute: How to Develop Graduated Parenting Scheduled for Children as They Age, 2015
  • Family Law Institute: What Does the Reasonable Preference of the Child Mean for Custody Purposes?, 2014
  • Family Law Institute: How to Handle Paternity Cases, 2013
  • Family Law Institute: How to Handle Paternity Cases, 2012

Minnesota State Bar Association Continuing Education Presentations:

  • Minnesota’s New Child Support Law, 2018
  • Would you Want the Judge to Know That?, 2017
  • Advice for Representing the Respondent in an Order for Protection or Harassment Restraining Order, 2015
  • Disputing Paternity, 2014

Association of Family & Conciliation Courts Continuing Education Presentations:

  • Social Media & Its Impact on Family Law, 2019

Ramsey County Bar Association Continuing Education Presentations:

  • Would You Want the Judge to Know That?, 2017
  • Advice for Representing the Respondent in an Order for Protection or Harassment Restraining Order, 2016

Publications:

  • No, You Can't Call Him a @?%#! on Facebook, Minnesota State Bar Association Bench and Bar Magazine, March 2019
Honors and Awards
  • Super Lawyers, Rising Star 2014-2016 Editions
  • 10.0 Superb Rating as a Top Family Attorney as rated by the AVVO directory.
Professional Associations and Memberships
  • Minnesota State Bar Association: 2002 – present
    • Family Law Section
      • Past-Chairperson, 2020
      • Chairperson, 2019
      • Assembly Representative & Vice Chairperson, 2018
      • Assembly Representative, 2017
      • Assembly Representative, 2016
      • Past-Chair & Assembly Representative, 2015
      • Chairperson, 2014
      • Vice Chair, 2013
      • Publication Committee Chair, 2010-2012
  • Minnesota Women Lawyers: 2014 – present
  • Collaborative Law Institute: 2006 – 2010
  • Volunteer Lawyers Network: 2006 – 2009
  • Legal Assistance Clinic Hennepin County: 2006 - 2009

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