Rebecca A. Chaffee

Rebecca Chaffee is a member of the Family Law practice area. She works with and counsels parents, spouses, grandparents and other relatives to resolve their most difficult financial and personal issues. Rebecca’s approach is to help her client create a fair and dignified settlement. When settlement is not possible, she zealously and diligently advocates for her client through the litigation process.

Her cases include all family law matters; including child support, child custody, parenting time, grandparent visitation, spousal maintenance, marriage dissolution’s, legal separations, lump-sum child support settlements, paternity actions, and adoptions. She frequently works on complex financial issues, including business valuations, complex property divisions and non-marital tracing. Rebecca also drafts premarital and post-marital agreements and cohabitation agreements to create protection for the assets and income of individuals. She is a Qualified Neutral under Rule 114 of the Minnesota General Rules of Practice.

Prior to Best & Flanagan LLP, Rebecca served as a law clerk for a Hennepin County District Court judge in family court.

Firm Overview:

For more than ninety years, Best & Flanagan attorneys have been building uniquely close relationships with our clients, including closely-held businesses, nonprofits, generations of family members seeking estate and wealth planning advice, individuals and businesses involved in legal disputes, and local and national Fortune 500 corporations involved in nationwide transactions and litigation.

Whether we are planning the incorporation of a new business, negotiating a transaction involving the acquisition or sale of a company or real estate, drafting an estate plan, providing day-to-day advice regarding tax, governance or employment law matters, or representing a client in court, we strive from the beginning of our engagement to get to know you, your needs and goals, and to partner with you and your other advisers to provide the most customised, individual attention in the business.