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Our Minnesota divorce and family law attorneys have represented thousands of clients since 1998. We use common sense and attempt to cost-effectively resolve disputes. When the need arises, however, we are prepared to litigate and take matters to trial. We represent clients throughout the Twin Cities and greater Minnesota.
"Cynthia and her firm helped me through a very difficult time. They were kind, sensitive and knowledgeable, and kept me informed every step of the way. Cynthia was reassuring and either she or her staff answered my calls and emails immediately. You can’t go wrong with this law firm!"
Iris B.Minneapolis, MN
"I was most fortunate to be able to find a group of people that you can trust to be fair, honest, affordable, and so caring through every step of the process. I have resounding acclaim in recommending Jason Brown, and his team of professionals, to anyone who needs legal representation."
Eric R.Crystal, MN
"You and your staff were nothing but professional and showed great patience in addressing all the questions that arose. I greatly appreciated how quick you were all at in responding to my questions. I know I made the right choice in selecting your firm and I am truly thankful for all the help."
Scott C.Maple Lake, MN
"I especially appreciated how Jason took the time to understand and listened to all of my concerns. Jason always made me feel like my case was important to him and he took the time to answer all of my questions. His thorough research and quality writing resulted in a great outcome for me."
Karen B.Lino Lakes, MN
"I have never gone through this before, so knowing Cynthia was there made this easier. She always kept me informed, explaining the process so I would understand. The staff at her office was as kind and helpful as Cynthia was."
Former ClientMaple Grove, MN
The Brown Law Offices, P.A. is a family-owned law firm located 15 northwest of downtown Minneapolis. Our practice is limited to family law, criminal defense and estate planning. Our lawyers have appeared in courtrooms throughout the Twin Cities, and greater Minnesota – from Duluth to Redwood Falls, Winona to Park Rapids.
The success of our practice stems from the level of service we offer to our clients. Our lawyers and support staff are here to help you and fight for you – without judgment or lectures. We will take the time to get to know you, in an effort to understand your circumstances from top to bottom.
Jason Brown founded the Brown Law Offices, P.A. in 2003 after working for several years as an associate attorney in downtown Minneapolis. He graduated with honors from Mankato State University in 1997 and the William Mitchell College of Law in 2000.
Jason has successfully litigated against some of the more recognized family law attorneys in the Twin Cities. He has been named a “Super Lawyer” by Thomson Reuters, and one of the Top 100 Family Law Attorneys in Minnesota by the Society of Legal Advocates.
Cynthia Brown is a founding partner with the Brown Law Offices, P.A. She is an honors graduate of the University of South Dakota and William Mitchell College of Law. Cynthia was admitted to practice in 1998.
After graduating from law school, Cynthia served as the law clerk to the Honorable Timothy R. Bloomquist, retired Chief Judge of Minnesota’s Tenth Judicial District. Upon completing her clerkship, Cynthia practiced with a well-known firm in Cambridge, Minnesota. She founded the Brown Law Offices, P.A. in 2003.
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