Top Eden Prairie Child Custody Lawyers - Minnesota

I am attorney Stephanie J. Sternke, founder of SJS Family 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...

Twin Cities Lawyers With Minnesota Values Since 1981, the Maple Grove law firm of Henningson & Snoxell, Ltd., has been a diligent advocate of the rights and interests of clients throughout Minnesota. We are a general practice firm offering comprehensive legal services in a broad spectrum of practice areas. Our lawyers work together to provide knowledgeable counsel and focused representation in...

Why Choose Us? We Care. At the law firm of Krueger & Juelich PLLC, in Minnetonka, Minnesota, we are dedicated to providing high-quality legal representation. We offer experienced legal guidance and advocacy in matters of family law and estate planning.  Whether you are involved in a divorce or another family law issue, or you need to draft a will, trust or power of attorney, you can count...

Many family law attorneys promote their aggressive approach to representing clients, reinforcing the message that assertiveness is the key to "winning" a divorce or custody dispute. From the law firm of Janet L. Goehle, Attorney at Law, in St. Paul, Minnesota, we believe that the art of negotiation is infinitely more valuable to family law lawyers and their clients than a penchant for...

Since 1996, the Dittrich Law Firm has been a versatile and principled resource for people facing a range of legal challenges in the Twin Cities metro area. Attorney Gregory Dittrich has well over 20 years of service as a highly engaged and client-focused family law practitioner. Straight Talk and Empathy Are at the Heart of Our Services Mr. Dittrich's honest, forthright approach is a strength of...

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