Experienced Minnesota Attorneys You Can Trust

At White & Associates, we are dedicated to seeking justice and helping individuals and families improve their lives.

Criminal Defense

We defend clients against a variety of legal charges, including DUI/DWI, drug crimes, assault and sex crimes.

Family Law

We assist clients facing all variety of family legal matters including divorcechild custody and mediation.

Personal Injury

We help clients get on the road to recovery from automobile accidents and many other personal injury cases.

Wills, Powers of Attorney & Health Care Directives

We aid clients in drafting these essential pieces of their estate plan.

Experienced Elk River Minnesota Lawyers Focused on Helping You

Our team at White & Associates has been providing strong, personalized legal services to Elk River and the Minnesota community for nearly 20 years. Throughout this time, we have remained true to our mission statement:

White & Associates is a law firm dedicated to seeking justice and helping individuals and families improve their lives.

Our lawyers, along with our support staff, each have a heart for helping people. We put our passion to work every day, guiding our clients from Elk River and the surrounding areas in Minnesota toward their legal goals. If you are facing a legal problem and want to know what next steps you should take, turn to our team for high-quality, supportive representation. Specifically, call on us when you have an issue involving Criminal defense, Family law, Personal injury, or Estate planning.

White & Associates

Minnesota legal services geared toward helping you

White & Associates is well known in Minnesota and in the greater Twin City Metro Area, as we have been practicing law in Minnesota for nearly two decades. The fact that we are well known means nothing to us. The reasons why we are well known, however, mean the world.

Judges, lawyers, and  Minnesota community activists consistently acknowledge White & Associates’ client-centric approach to law. Specifically, we often hear praise for our diligence, our aptitude for strong negotiations, our ability to take a legal case as far as necessary, and our unwillingness to settle for injustice.

Call, email, or stop by our Elk River Minnesota Law Office today.

If you are troubled by a legal concern, whether it’s divorce, a car accident, a DUI, or a will contest, reach out to White & Associates. Our experienced lawyers will provide you with a free consultation, during which we will listen to you, answer your questions, and explain the potential process you are facing.

We know when you are facing legal issues you are likely scared or worried—or both. Dealing with a legal problem is not easy. Neither is finding the right attorney in Minnesota to represent you. This free legal consultation not only helps clear a path for you, but it also gives you the ability to get to know us. We can talk and determine if we are a good fit for one another.

So give White & Associates a call at 763-241-0477contact our Elk River law firm online or drop by our office at 19230 Evans Street. One of our Minnesota based lawyers will help you figure out your next steps.

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