Eckberg, Lammers, Briggs, Wolff & Vierling, P.L.L.P.
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Law Firm Overview
Skilled Legal Representation Coupled with Personal Attention
When you require the type of representation to be expected from a lawyer in downtown Minneapolis or St. Paul, but the personal attention expected from a law firm in Stillwater, Minnesota, come to Eckberg, Lammers, Briggs, Wolff & Vierling P.L.L.P. For nearly 60 years, our attorneys have been serving people and businesses in Washington County, the St. Croix Valley and beyond.
Attorneys Committed to the Local Community
Since 1949 when attorney Lyle Eckberg founded the firm, our lawyers have been committed to the local community and actively involved in civil life. As individuals, our attorneys are actively involved in various committees of the State Bar Association, serve on the Boards of Directors for several organizations, participate in assorted community activities and contribute their time and energy to local charities.
On a firm-wide level, we are also committed to serving our community. We are known throughout the St. Croix Valley for our legal seminars, available to both our existing clients and the general public. From providing general information about important types of insurance coverage to seminars on estate planning, our seminars help people throughout Washington County and the St. Croix Valley understand the legal issues they are most likely to encounter in day-to-day life.
Assisting Clients with All of Their Legal Needs
The people of Washington County and the St. Croix Valley face all types of legal troubles. In order to best serve our community, we keep our practice broad. We represent clients in all types of legal matters, handling business law issues, personal injury claims, real estate concerns, wrongful death claims, criminal defense representation, estate planning, estate administration, family law matters and municipal law concerns.
Areas of Practice
- Bankruptcy & Debtor / Creditor Law
- Business and Commercial Law
- Criminal Law & DWI Defense
- Estate Planning & Probate
- Marital Dissolution, Adoption & Family Law Issues
- Municipal Law
- Personal Injury/Wrongful Death
- Real Estate/Condemnation Law
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Construction Law
- Eminent Domain
- Employment Law -- Employee
- Business Organizations
- Custody & Visitatio
- Elder Law
- Foreclosure & Alternatives
- Land Use & Zoning
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Motor Vehicle Accidents -- Plaintiff
- Nursing Home
- Probate & Estate Administration
- Products Liability Law
- Sexual Harassment
- White Collar Crimes
- Workers' Compensation Law
West Practice Categories
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Bankruptcy Law, Business & Commercial Law, Contracts, Debtor/Creditor, Business Organizations, Business Successions, Closely Held Businesses, Formation & Business Planning, Sexual Harassment, Discrimination, Eminent Domain, Construction Law, Criminal Law, DUI/DWI, Traffic Violations, White Collar Crimes, Employment Law -- Employee, Estate Planning, Trusts, Wills, Family Law, Adoption, Alimony & Spousal Support, Child Support, Childrens' Rights, Collaborative Law, Custody & Visitation, Divorce, Elder Law, Nursing Home, Litigation & Appeals, Mergers & Acquisitions, Personal Injury -- Plaintiff, Animal Bites -- Plaintiff, Motor Vehicle Accidents -- Plaintiff, Premises Liability -- Plaintiff, Slip and Fall -- Plaintiff, Wrongful Death -- Plaintiff, Probate & Estate Administration, Products Liability Law, Real Estate Law, Foreclosure & Alternatives, Land Use & Zoning, State, Local & Municipal Law, Workers' Compensation Law
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1809 Northwestern Avenue
Stillwater, MN 55082
ECKBERG LAMMERS BRIGGS WOLFF & VIERLING PLLP
430 Second Street, Hudson, Wisconsin 54016
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