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Unbundled legal services (also known as limited scope legal services) are customizable for your needs and budget. Participating attorneys will assess your legal issue and work with you to design a plan that works for you. Because you remain in control, you can work with your lawyer for as much or as little time as needed. This saves you money and makes it possible for you to get only the legal assistance you need.

Not every legal matter may be appropriate for this arrangement. Once you submit your information, you will receive a referral to a project attorney who will contact you about your matter. In some instances, based upon their professional opinion, the attorney will advise that you need a different type of legal representation. You are always free to continue working with that lawyer or find another lawyer.

If you have low income and believe you may qualify for free legal assistance, please contact your local legal aid provider for screening. You may find more information and resources at www.lawhelpmn.org.

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Practice areas

Family

  • Child support / Child custody
  • Guardianship
  • Divorce

Business

  • Contracts
  • Business formation
  • Disputes

Employment

  • Employment contracts
  • Wage theft / Unpaid benefits
  • Workplace discrimination

Real Estate

  • Sale / purchase
  • Land use & zoning
  • Condos / coops

Benefits & administrative

  • Government benefits
  • Driver's licenses
  • Utilities

Housing & apartment

  • Tenant help
  • Landlord help
  • Public housing

Wills, Trusts, & Elder

  • Wills & trusts
  • Guardianship
  • Power of attorney

Consumer Protection & Debt

  • Collections / bankruptcy
  • Unfair lending practices
  • Credit reports

And More

  • Tax law
  • Education law
  • Insurance law