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Winona Estate Planning Law Firm
I have been practicing law in Winona, Minnesota, since 1989, and serve Wabasha, Houston and surrounding counties...
I have been practicing law in Winona, Minnesota, since 1989, and serve Wabasha, Houston and surrounding counties...I am attorney Bruce Nelson. At Nelson Law Office, a small law firm with considerable experience, I pay careful attention to every case I handle. I provide personalized service to all of my clients. When you work with my firm, you work with me.
I have been practicing law in Winona, Minnesota, since 1989, and serve Wabasha, Houston and surrounding counties. My areas of practice include:
Family law, which includes divorce, custody cases, child support, maintenance, modification of court orders, and which addresses some of life's most difficult challenges.
Real estate transactions on behalf of buyers and sellers of property.
Bankruptcy and debt relief, which addresses problems like credit card debt, medical bills, wage garnishment, vehicle repossession and creditor harassment.
Estate planning and elder law, which focuses on planning for the future and making sure important family, health and business needs are met.
As a lawyer with knowledge of multiple areas of the law, I can answer your questions and help you work toward your goals.
About Nelson Law Office
- Estate Planning
- Family Law
- Elder Law
- Bruce A. Nelson (Attorney)
Offers Free Initial Consultation
64 W. 3rd St.P.O. Box 1181 Winona, MN 55987- 3431
Monday-Friday: 8am - 5pm
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