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Based in Fargo, North Dakota, Fremstad Law has an additional law office in Valley Lakes where we accept clients by appointment only who have serious, complex and urgent legal issues involving: • Personal injury • Business law • Criminal defense • Family law • Estate planning and probate • Real estate • General civil litigation...
If you live in or around Fargo, North Dakota, and are going through a divorce or have other serious and complex legal issues affecting your family, you can turn to the legal professionals at the Parvey, Larson, and McLean, PLLC, law firm for the quality, effective representation you deserve. Serving clients throughout Cass County and eastern North Dakota as well as the surrounding areas of western...
Conmy Feste Ltd. is an established Fargo law firm serving clients throughout Fargo-Moorhead, and across North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota. Established in 1879, we are the oldest operating law firm in North Dakota and have helped generations of clients achieve their legal goals. We represent individuals and businesses in a broad range of legal areas, including: Personal injury — plaintiff...
From our law office in Fargo, North Dakota, the attorneys at Fremstad Law strive to help our clients move forward by providing honest, practical and trustworthy legal advice about the serious and pressing legal issues affecting their families, their businesses, their freedom and their future. Serving a diverse range of clients throughout the greater Fargo area and all across the state, our legal...
There is no substitute for experienced legal counsel when it comes to your family or estate. The attorney you choose to represent you should not gloss over your personal and financial challenges, nor should he or she draw you into excessive legal proceedings. At Brazil Law office PLLC, our clients are our priority. Our job is to make sure their voices are heard, that they get clear...
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