Amy Castillo

J.D., University of Minnesota School of Law

Amy Yolanda Castillo, J.D., is a graduate of the University of Minnesota School of Law. She spent ten years working in the Minnesota district courts, where her special interest was family law. During her time in the courts, she conducted research and drafted court orders and memoranda for a trial court judge. She currently performs contract review for a government agency.

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Recent Articles
What Is a No-fault Divorce?
What is no-fault divorce, and why is it quicker and easier than other kinds of divorce? ... Read more

How Do Judges Decide Child Custody in Minnesota
Learn about the different kinds of custody and visitation, and how Minnesota judges decide custody cases. ... Read more

How Divorce Judges Decide Alimony
Making ends meet: How do judges decide whether or when to award alimony? ... Read more

10 Ways to Keep Costs Down in Your Divorce
In addition to being emotionally devastating, divorce has the potential to drain your pocketbook. However, there are some tips and tricks you can use to reduce the cost of your divorce and leave you in better financial shape when the divorce is done. ... Read more

How Much Spousal Support Will I Get in My Divorce?
How do judges decide whether to award alimony? ... Read more