Saint Paul Real Estate Attorney

The Tennyson Law firm serves clients in St. Paul, Minnesota and representing clients in matters of real estate law, contract for deed, cancellation of contract for deed, landlord and tenant law, estate planning, real estate transactions (buying or selling), commercial and residential leases, advice regarding short sale, loan modification, foreclosure, commercial / residential sales, land use and zoning laws.

Virtually any property owner, renter, or landlord may need a real estate lawyer at one time or another. Whether you need help with a real estate transaction or you are dealing with a dispute or a potential lawsuit, you will benefit from learning more about your rights, obligations and options. We are happy to discuss your case with you and will offer you honest, straightforward advice to guide you through the process. The phone call is free and the advice could be just what you need. If you are looking for more general information on the rules, regulations and ordinances that effect Saint Paul, MN real estate owners, landlords and renters, please follow some of the links below.

Tennyson Law, PLLC looks forward to helping you.

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Don’t need a Lawyer right now, but you would like to have the comfort of knowing that you have someone to help you when you need it in the future? Call Kim Tennyson directly and connect with a Minnesota legal professional who can help you when you need it.

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The Tennyson Law firm serves the Twin Cities seven County Metro area. In person meetings can be at the Tennyson Law office or at a convenient location near you and to fit your schedule.

 

Contact Tennyson Law, PLLC by phone at 612-234-1655

Phone hours are 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 a.m. to noon.

 

Contact Tennyson Law, PLLC by e-mail

KimTennyson@TennysonLawPLLC.com

 

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Saint Paul, Minnesota

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