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Top Champlin Wills Lawyers - Minnesota

At Stevens Law, PLLC, in Bloomington, Minnesota, we want to help you establish and enforce your final wishes so that you can create a lasting legacy for your loved ones. To this end, we offer exceptional, highly effective estate and trust planning solutions tailored to your specific needs and goals, and our law firm has become the top choice for individuals, families and business owners throughout...

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...

Scott + Hespen Law: Helping clients navigate the probate and estate administration process for almost 25 years. Many people worry about who will care for their families when they are no longer able. At Scott + Hespen Law, our attorneys provide clients with peace of mind. Located in St. Paul, Minnesota, our law firm has helped generations of families throughout the Twin Cities create comprehensive...

At the Storey Law Office, located in Coon Rapids, Minnesota, I know how difficult it can be for you to know where to turn when you are struggling with a family law issue. I am attorney Jeffrey J. Storey, and I have over 30 years of experience helping people just like you. This can be a very difficult time in your life, and you need to be sure that you find the answers that are right for you....

I am attorney David K. Porter, and from my law office in Minneapolis, Minnesota, I help people throughout the greater Minneapolis metro region and surrounding areas with all of the important, sensitive and complex legal challenges that affect their families, their property and their future. For more than 30 years now, I have served the good people of my community by providing a compassionate ear,...

Need help with a Will?

You've come to the right place. If you want your property to go to specific people after you die, to name who will be responsible for making sure your wishes are carried out, or to avoid probate, a wills lawyer can help.

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Credentials
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City
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