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For more than 30 years, Villaume & Schiek, P.A., has represented clients throughout Bloomington and the Twin Cities in criminal defense, employment law and family law matters, as well as appeals, civil rights, estate planning and Social Security Disability claims. Our clients range from government officials, doctors and fellow attorneys to schoolteachers, bus drivers and carpenters.

No matter the legal matter, we customize our approach to the client, striving to achieve the result that will best meet the needs of the client, both now and in the future. The goal may vary from "stay out of jail" to "protect my rights" to "manage my legal exposure." We will provide the information and guidance that you need to direct your case in a manner that is best for you.

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Our sharp analytical skills and innovative approaches extend to all forms of litigation, ranging from criminal defense to employment law. We have established a reputation for success in court, and we are equipped to protect your interests. We are widely regarded throughout the Twin Cities and Minnesota as educators and lecturers, and we have been selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers magazine.

To us, being service oriented means that you can count on a prompt response to your phone calls or emails. We are available 24/7 for any urgent matter. In many cases, a prompt response is critical to an aggressive defense or positive outcome, so we make every attempt to offer that service.

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When you retain Villaume & Schiek, P.A., you can be confident that your matter will be handled personally by a highly knowledgeable, experienced and respected lawyer. Please call a Minnesota employment law attorney at our Twin Cities law firm at either 866-719-3452 or 952-232-1886, or send us an email to schedule a free initial attorney consultation.

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Villaume & Schiek, P.A.
2051 Killebrew Drive, Suite 611
Bloomington, MN 55425

Phone: 952-232-1886
Toll Free: 866-719-3452
Fax: 952-851-9510
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