Swanson and Heeren Law Firm
Swanson and Heeren, Grand Marais, MN
With Dedication and Experience

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Grand Marais, Minnesota Law Firm

Real Estate    |    Family Law    |    Business and Corporate Services

Swanson & Heeren, P.C. is an enduring and dynamic law firm conveniently located in Grand Marais, Minnesota. The attorneys offer an array of services carefully tailored to the needs of the residents, seasonal residents of and visitors to the northeastern Minnesota community.

In 1987, Richard W. Swanson founded Swanson Law Office, P.C. The office served clients in the areas of real estate, business law, probate matters and municipal law. The law firm was built upon a commitment to serving the best interests of the firm's clients in a professional and efficient manner.

Baiers C. Heeren joined the firm in 2010. Mr. Heeren expanded the practice to include family law, criminal defense and debtor/creditor remedies, while remaining steadfast to the goal of providing skilled and personal counsel.

The law firm offers dedicated and cost-efficient representation to both long-standing and new clients along the North Shore and throughout northeastern Minnesota. Clients receive experienced representation in a personal, boutique law firm atmosphere.


Swanson and Heeren's Attorneys
 
Swanson & Heeren, P.C. serves clients in Grand Marais, and throughout northeastern Minnesota, including Grand Portage, Lutsen, Tofte, Schroeder, Silver Bay, Two Harbors, Ely and Duluth.
Cook County | Lake County | St. Louis County
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