Saint Paul Attorneys

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As our legal proceedings were already under way I was forced to retain a second attorney for the case. After contacting... more
Saint Paul  Rodney J Mason

Rodney Mason

Saint Paul, MN Probate
Avvo rating 7.3
I am thoroughly impressed with Mr. Larson's ability to get the job done. He is an aggressive advocate for his clients.... more
Saint Paul  Joseph Albin Larson

Joseph Larson

Saint Paul, MN Personal Injury
Avvo rating 10.0
Beau is was not just a poor attorney, he is unprofessional. He doesn't return phone calls sometimes for weeks. He... more
Saint Paul  Beau Daniel Mcgraw

Beau Mcgraw

Saint Paul, MN Litigation
Avvo rating 7.1
Jared did our wills and helped us with estate planning. He was very professional and very helpful. I would recommend... more
Saint Paul  Jared Eben Adams

Jared Adams

Kirkland, WA Estate Planning
Avvo rating 9.2
Mr Drake went above and beyond his duties on my husband's removal proceedings. Our case was a very difficult case and... more
Saint Paul  David Christopher Drake

David Drake

Alexandria, VA Immigration
Avvo rating 10.0
Mr. Casey represents me on a workers compensation matter. He was always available to speak with me, and would often... more
Saint Paul  Sean Alan Casey

Sean Casey

Pittsburgh, PA Social Security
Avvo rating 6.6
Clear communication. Good perspective. She was able to resolve needs for me that was much improved over my previous counsel
Saint Paul  Cecilia Hynes Griffin

Cecilia Griffin

Chicago, IL Divorce / Separation
Avvo rating 10.0
I hired Martin A. Kron and Associates in April 2013 to defend a speeding violation in NYC (Staten Island), 74 in a 50... more
Saint Paul  Martin A. Kron

Martin Kron

New York, NY Speeding / Traffic Ticket
Avvo rating 6.6


practicing lawyers in Saint Paul

Saint Paul was founded by bar owner Pierre “Pig’s Eye” Parrant, a former fur trapper and bootlegger. The village that grew up around Parrant’s bar was also known as Pig’s Eye until, according to local lore, a Catholic priest named Lucien Galtier “converted” the town and renamed it Saint Paul.

In 1857, the Minnesota Territorial Council passed a bill that would have moved the capital from Saint Paul to Saint Peter. A legislator named Joe Rolette stole the bill’s text and went into hiding with it, preventing the move.