The Right Attorney
When Legal Matters Become Personal

A Bankruptcy And Family Law Attorney Dedicated To Treating You The Way You Deserve To Be Treated

For more than 30 years, attorney Tim Theisen at Theisen Law has lived by the golden rule: Treat others as you wish to be treated. He brings that commitment to his legal practice, helping people through some of the most difficult periods in their lives. He provides compassionate guidance on family law and bankruptcy matters.

Tim’s commitment to clients shows in his Avvo rating and many positive client testimonials.

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Attentive To Your Needs

When you work with Tim, you can expect that your needs and concerns will be a priority. He understands the stressful impact of legal and financial troubles like divorce and bankruptcy. He provides attentive service and individualized guidance, working tirelessly to make a difference.

Guidance On All Aspects Of Minnesota Family Law And Bankruptcy Law – And How They Overlap

By focusing exclusively on two areas of practice, family law and bankruptcy, Tim offers a comprehensive level of knowledge. He stays up to date on the latest developments in these frequently changing fields. And because these two areas often overlap, he can better serve the needs of clients seeking guidance on both types of cases. For example, if you’re going through a divorce, you may need help untangling the financial impact of issues such as child support, alimony (spousal maintenance) and property division. The financial toll of a divorce might make bankruptcy a wise option to consider. In working with Tim, you can expect thorough and thoughtful guidance on all of these intersecting issues.

Call Today To Discuss Your Questions And Concerns

To learn more about how Tim can help you navigate legal troubles involving family law or bankruptcy, please reach out online or call 763-421-0965. Based in Anoka, he serves clients throughout the Twin Cities.

Theisen Law is a debt relief agency. It helps people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.