Gregory William Liebl

Gregory William Liebl

Severson, Wogsland & Liebl, P.C.
  • Family Law, Divorce
  • Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota
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Summary

Greg Liebl is a family law attorney located in Fargo, North Dakota specializing in divorce, child custody, visitation, adoption, prenuptial agreements, postnuptial agreements, contempt of court proceedings, restraining orders, protection orders, name changes and termination of parental rights. If you have a family situation you would like to discuss with Greg, feel free to call him at 701-297-2890.

Practice Areas
  • Family Law
  • Divorce
Fees
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Minnesota
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Montana
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North Dakota
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United States District Court, North Dakota
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney
Severson, Wogsland & Liebl, P.C.
Current
Education
University of North Dakota
J.D. (2005) | Psychology, Sociology, and Law
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Honors: Graduated with Distinction Member of the Order of the Barristers
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Websites & Blogs
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Legal Answers
12 Questions Answered

Q. Do grandparents have the right to call grandkids? We are told we cannot by sons exwife.
A: I am a family law attorney in North Dakota. I believe you will need talk to an attorney in Washington, if that is where the divorce is located.
Q. My wife moved out and took our three daughters. Is it legal for her to move more then 50 miles away without my consent.
A: The answer depends on whether there is a court order in place and whether or not 50 miles away puts her outside of the state of North Dakota. You will want to speak with an attorney further about this to get you pointed in the right direction.
Q. Can I move out of state with my child without the father's consent. Not married. No custody agreement
A: In North Dakota you need the other party's consent or a Court order to move, if there is a custody/visitation Judgment giving him time with the child. This being said, I would proceed with caution and consult an attorney before doing so. There are some potential risks to taking off prior to getting certain issues resolved.
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Contact & Map
Severson, Wogsland & Liebl, P.C.
4627 44th Ave. S., Suite 108
Fargo, ND 58104
Telephone: (701) 297-2890