Well Respected, Respectful, Responsible And Responsive

Burns Law Office consists of a well-respected, experienced lawyer and three legal assistants. Our law firm’s founding attorney – John Burns has served as president of the First District of Minnesota Bar Association and the Dakota Bar Association. He is recognized as a leading advocate for his clients at the trial and appellate courts.

He has received a great deal of recognition for his work as an attorney, including being identified as a Super Lawyer by Mpls. St. Paul Magazine, based upon peer-reviewed recognition from family law attorneys,  as well as the BV-distinguished peer-review rating from Martindale Hubbell, Who’s Who in Family Law, and Dakota County’s Heroes Award.

Attorneys at Burns Law Office are experienced in handling the intense emotions often accompanying divorce, child custody and other family law proceedings. We help our clients cut through emotional barriers, while focusing on what is truly important for them. We strive to help our clients manage the emotional complexities so they can make rational, common sense decisions during this difficult time.

We can also handle a variety of family law cases including annulment, child protective services, cohabitation agreement, collaborative divorce, complex divorces and property division, contempt process, contested divorce, default divorce, early neutral evaluation, enforcement of court orders, ex parte orders,grandparents rights, guardian ad litem, mothers rights, probate, same sex marriages, stipulations in divorce, temporary relief, initial case management, IV-D system, legal guardianship, legal separation, military divorce and uncontested divorce.

CONCENTRATING ON FAMILY LAW.

FACILITATING POSITIVE, SUSTAINABLE OUTCOMES.

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