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Our business and family attorneys are full of experience and attentive to the needs of today's clients.
Henningson & Snoxell was founded by President and CEO L. David Henningson on January 1, 1981. David established the suburban law firm to help local businesses and individuals resolve legal issues and plan for the future. Joined by Jim Snoxell in 1982, the two senior partners and shareholders have expanded the practice and garnered a reputation for helping those in need and making a positive difference within the community.
Today, the mid-sized firm offers extensive knowledge in practice areas for both businesses and individuals including corporate law, commercial & residential real estate, litigation, estate planning, family law & more. The firm has built a large and loyal client base of nonprofit organizations and businesses of every shape and size in a wide variety of industries.
Our dedicated and experienced attorneys are attune to the needs of today's client. We provide our clients with the individual access and personal contact they deserve. Based in Maple Grove, Minnesota, our mid-sized law firm combines the capabilities of a largescale practice with small-business customer service and accessibility. Contact Henningson & Snoxell today to learn more about our individual and business legal services.
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