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Michael C. Black Law Office, Ltd. - St Paul, MN

265 West 7th Street, Suite 201 St Paul, MN 55102

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Updated: 07/08/2021

St Paul Family Law Firm


My firm is a general civil practice in St. Paul, Minnesota. I have served the greater St. Paul area since 1978, concentrating in the areas of family law, real estate, consumer bankruptcy, general litigation and probate.

I represent clients in every level of the Minnesota State court system.

The cornerstone of my success is the quality relationship, which I maintain with clients. Clients are treated with integrity and respect for their needs, goals, and objectives...

About Michael C. Black Law Office, Ltd.

Practice Areas

  • Family Law
  • Mediation & Arbitration


  • 50%


  • Named "Minnesota Super Lawyer" in Minnesota Law & Politics magazine, 2006 - 2009

Pro Bono Activities

  • Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services Volunteer Program, 1979 - Present

Ancillary Businesses

  • Family Law Mediation




Accepts Credit Cards

Office Information


265 West 7th Street, Suite 201 St Paul, MN 55102


  • 651-222-2589

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