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If you live in Steele County, Minnesota, or any of the surrounding areas, and you are struggling to stay afloat because of insurmountable debt, you can turn to the legal professionals at Patton, Hoversten & Berg, P.A., in Owatonna for the effective solutions you need to find the relief you seek. Along with handling all types of bankruptcy filings, our law firm provides unmatched representation...
Serving of all Rice County and the surrounding areas from our law office in Faribault, Minnesota, the attorneys at Patton, Hoversten & Berg, P.A., are fully prepared to help you find relief from your overwhelming debt and assist you with virtually any other legal matter you may have affecting your life, your family, your business or your future. Founded in 1948, our law firm has served the...
At the law firm of Patton, Hoversten & Berg, P.A., in Waseca, Minnesota, we are fully prepared to help you find the relief you need from your overwhelming debt as well as assist you with virtually any other legal need you may have that is affecting your life, your family, your business and your future. Serving clients throughout our great state, our law firm has four total offices across...
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...
With a history that dates back to 1948, Patton, Hoversten & Berg, P.A., in Janesville, Minnesota, has served the legal needs of individuals, families and business owners across our region for more than 70 years. During that time, we have become one of the area's leading legal practices for bankruptcy protections, and we offer exceptional legal counsel and support in a variety of other legal...
At Johnson Family Law in St. Paul, Minnesota, we are a different type of law firm. We practice only family law, representing our clients in divorce, custody and child support matters throughout the Twin Cities metropolitan area and in Ramsey, Washington and Dakota counties. We know that times of family strife are difficult for everyone, especially the children of divorcing parents. We try to make...
At Culberth & Lienemann, LLP, we have created a different kind of law environment, one that welcomes all people and maintains sensitivity and flexibility in tailoring our services to meet the diverse needs of our clients. Attorneys Celeste Culberth and Leslie Lienemann formed the firm to help people who feel that their rights are being violated at work, at school, in housing or in public...
Attorney Jolene D. Baker Vicchiollo founded our Edina law firm, Baker Vicchiollo Law, in 2002. Today, nearly 15 years later, Ms. Baker Vicchiollo has a reputation as one of the Twin Cities' most respected family law attorneys. Her excellent reputation leads clients from throughout southeastern Minnesota, including the cities of St. Louis Park, Minnetonka, Chaska, Chanhassen, Eagan, Apple Valley...
I am attorney Stephanie J. Sternke, founder of Hill Crabb, LLC Law firm. I represent individuals in St. Louis Park and throughout the Twin Cities in divorce, family law and domestic violence matters. Each divorce case is as unique as the individuals involved, and I take the time to understand each of my client's concerns and the details that led to the current situation. I ask my clients...
Linda K. Wray - Attorney At Law Twin Cities Legal Service, PLLC - Family & Collaborative Law The dissolution of a marriage is one of the most difficult events in a person's life. The legal process of divorce ideally should not contribute to conflict between partners, but instead should enable partners to restructure their families with dignity, respect and integrity. Linda works with...
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