Lisa Page Banas
Phone: (651) 361-8109
Fax: (651) 414-6452
Attorney Lisa Page Banas concentrates her practice in all areas of Minnesota family law. Ms. Banas works with clients in St. Paul, Minneapolis, and other Twin City suburbs.
Lisa Page Banas assists clients with a wide range of family law issues including Minnesota divorce, Minnesota child support, Minnesota child custody, spousal maintenance, property division, paternity, adoption, domestic abuse, and parenting matters.
Ms. Banas further focuses her practice in the areas of assisting foster parents in the adoption process; helping foster parents work with county social services and the Minnesota Department of Health and Human Services. In addition, Ms. Banas has experience working with families moving through child protection matters or “CHIPS” cases (children in need of protection or services).
If clients seek Alternative Dispute Resolution, Ms. Banas is able to act as a Parenting Time Expeditor, or Parenting Time Consultant/Coordinator.
In certain circumstances clients seek a Parenting Coach. Ms. Banas is able to provide guidance and assistance to one or both parties before, during or after the process of divorce regarding communication, making successful transitions, and creating new boundaries.
- B.S. Social Work, College of St. Catherine, Saint Paul, MN
- J.D., Hamline University School of Law
- Minnesota Supreme Court
- Minnesota State Bar Association 2002-Present
- Dakota County Mortality Review Board, Member 2003-2006
- Dakota County Children’s Justice Initiative, Member 2003-2006
- Carver County Children’s Justice Initiative, Member 2003-2006
- Legal Assistance of Dakota County, Volunteer Attorney, 2004-2006
- Richard T. Oakes American Inns of Court, Founding Member 2004-2007
- Executive Committee Member 2005-2006
Past Employment Positions:
- State of Minnesota Supreme Court, State Court Administrator’s Office,
Psychological Services Program Coordinator 2007-2008
- State of Minnesota Guardian ad Litem Program Coordinator, First Judicial District 2003-2006