Minnesota Civil Litigation Attorneys – Shoemaker & Shoemaker
The lawyers of Shoemaker & Shoemaker successfully represent individuals and business entities in Minnesota state and federal courts related to civil and criminal trials, motions, and disputes in business, commercial and real estate litigation, mechanic’s lien actions, construction law, debtor/creditor work out issues, landlord rights, housing discrimination, eminent domain litigation, divorce, paternity, child support, spousal maintenance, property division, custody, visitation/parenting time, estate planning, wills, trusts, appeals, business planning, business counseling, copyright, trademark and unfair competition litigation, commercial litigation, incorporation, shareholder agreements, asset purchases, sale of business, Section 1031 and 1033 exchanges, and probate administration.
With more than 60 years of combined experience solving legal problems just like yours, we welcome the opportunity to work for you. Call us today at 952.777.7017 for a complimentary consultation to address your legal problem.
If you need assistance with a Minnesota divorce, probate or family law matter, contact Bloomington, Minnesota Attorney Paul F. Shoemaker at 952-224-4605.
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