Top Fairmont Collaborative Lawyers - Minnesota

  • Krenner Law LLC represents couples and individuals throughout the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul, Minnesota, in divorces, family law, ADR and mediation. The law firm handles a wide range of issues, including child custody, child support and modifications, alimony/spousal support and paternity matters. Prior to becoming a lawyer and the founding of Krenner Law LLC in 2006, attorney...

  • Proudly serving people in the Blaine, Minnesota, area, we provide dedicated family law assistance at Johnson/Turner Legal. Taking a cooperative approach, our team works alongside our clients to achieve efficient, effective and affordable solutions to matters involving issues such as divorce, spousal maintenance, property division, child support, and custody and parenting time. Our law firm...

  • Serving clients in Lake Elmo and throughout the Twin Cities metropolitan area in Minnesota, we provide dedicated legal representation at the family law firm of Johnson/Turner Legal. Passionate about guiding people and families through some of the most trying experiences of their lives, we are committed to helping our clients achieve the best possible solutions to their legal issues. Our law firm...

  • Firmly rooted in the St. Cloud community, the general practice law firm of Pennington, Cherne, Gaarder & Geiger Hagen, PLLC, provides legal services throughout central Minnesota. With more than 57 years of combined legal experience, you can trust that our three attorneys are well-equipped to handle any matter. Serious Work. Neighborhood Feel. At Pennington, Cherne, Gaarder & Geiger Hagen,...

  • Representing people and families throughout the Twin Cities metropolitan area in Minnesota, our team at Johnson/Turner Legal in Forest Lake provides focused family law services. We help clients achieve favorable solutions to a range of disputes, including those involving divorce, property division, spousal maintenance, custody determinations and parenting time schedules, and child support,...

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