Bankruptcy Attorneys of the Bodensteiner Law Office Re-Open Office in Rochester, MN

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The bankruptcy law firm of the Bodensteiner Law Office re-opens its office to serve its bankruptcy clients in the Rochester, MN area

I have maintained a solo law practice in Austin, Minnesota on a continual basis since 1983. My practice is mostly in bankruptcy and family law. I do enjoy doing probate work and also handle some criminal and collection matters.

Rochester, MN The law firm of the Bodensteiner Law Office announces it has re-opened its office to serve its bankruptcy clients in the Rochester, MN area. The new office is located at 423 Third Ave SE in Rochester, MN.

The Bodensteiner Law Office was founded by William Bodensteiner in 1983. The Bodensteiner Law Office represents individuals and commercial clients in bankruptcy proceedings, at both the state and federal level. An insolvent individual, business, or creditors seeking to have the debtor's remaining assets distributed among the creditors, thereby discharging the debtor from further obligation or reorganizing the insolvent's debt structure, initiate these proceedings.

“I have maintained a solo law practice in Austin, Minnesota on a continual basis since 1983. My practice is mostly in bankruptcy and family law. I do enjoy doing probate work and also handle some criminal and collection matters,” says firm founder William Bodensteiner.

About the Bodensteiner Law Office

Attorney William Bodensteiner was admitted to practice in all Minnesota State Courts in 1983 and was admitted to practice in the Minnesota Federal District Court in 1985. Attorney William Bodensteiner at the Bodensteiner Law Office offers legal counsel primarily in the following areas:

  •     Bankruptcy
  •     Family Law
  •     Collections

Founded in 1983, Attorney William Bodensteiner at the Bodensteiner Law Office has approximately 30 years of practical experience. For more information about the firm, please go to http://www.bodensteinerlaw.com or call (507) 536-4929.

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