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Top Champlin Real Estate Lawyers - Minnesota

Christensen Law Office PLLC in Minneapolis provides legal services for individuals and businesses in Minnesota and nationwide. We take pride in our accessible lawyers and unsurpassed service.  Please note, we do not practice landlord-tenant law. Real Property We offer a wide range of legal services all related to real estate.  A significant portion of our real estate litigation advances...

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...

Practical advice, cost-effective solutions and a sophisticated team: That is what you can expect when working with BK Law Group in Bloomington, Minnesota. Our law firm handles business, real estate, contract, construction, and employment law cases that involve issues such as the following:     • Real estate disputes     • Contract disputes...

Sound advice, practical solutions: That is what we do at Huffman, Usem, Crawford & Greenberg, P.A. We handle business litigation matters in Golden Valley, Minnesota, as well as across the country. The attorneys at our law firm have decades of combined experience in matters that include employment law, consumer debt relief, bankruptcy real estate, taxation and transportation. Choosing to work...

At the Engel Professional Association in Minneapolis, Minnesota, we offer a full line of legal services in a variety of practice areas to help our clients with the serious and complex legal issues they have affecting their property, their businesses and their future. Serving businesses, individuals, public entities, non-profits and others across the Twin Cities metro region and the surrounding...

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