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Marso and Michelson, P.A. - Minneapolis, MN

3101 Irving Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55408

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Updated: 10/25/2017

Minneapolis Alternative Dispute Resolution Law Firm


The firm traces its beginnings to 1982 when Paul F. Marso and William C. Michelson started their partnership as Marso and Michelson. Paul F. Marso, William C. Michelson and Thomas G. Harrigan met during their first few days in law school at William Mitchell College of Law in 1977. They graduated together in 1981. Paul F. Marso and William C. Michelson opened their first office in Richfield, Minnesota on January 2, 1982...

About Marso and Michelson, P.A.

Previous Law Firm Name

  • Marso & Michelson, January 1, 1989

Practice Areas

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Business & Commercial Law
  • Business Organizations
  • Child Support
  • Construction Law
  • Consumer Protection
  • Contracts
  • Criminal Law
  • Debtor/Creditor
  • Divorce
  • Employment Law -- Employee
  • Employment Law -- Employer
  • Family Law
  • Insurance Law
  • Labor Law
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents -- Plaintiff
  • Personal Injury -- Plaintiff
  • Social Security -- Disability
  • Wills


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Office Information


3101 Irving Avenue South Minneapolis, MN 55408


  • (612) 821-4826

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