Maxim Law, PLLC


Maxim Law, PLLC

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Allison Maxim

Divorce & Family Law, International Other
Skilled, professional divorce and family law attorney and mediator.

Behind Allison Maxim’s calm and deliberate demeanor is the intellect and ability of a true legal advocate and counselor at law. Allison began her ca... (more)

"I would highly recommend Allison. Both Allison and Shannon were very responsive to my needs. Allison explained every step of the process so I could clearly understand the legal complexities of going through a divorce. Most importantly, I actually felt like Allison cared about me and my individual case. Allison's and Shannon's responsiveness, care and concern helped to reduce the stress of a very difficult time. Allison was recommended by an associate after my previous attorney was not responsive, did not simplify the legal process of divorce and seemed most interested in the financial gain of handling my case. I was glad I made the switch. I have and will continue to recommend Allison to family, friends and anyone else seeking legal representation."

  1 year ago     John Hinderscheid

"Allison and Shannon went above and beyond their job descriptions in order to assist me in my case. The difficulty of my case was exacerbated due to numerous variables. Allison accepted the challenge and I respect and appreciate her level of professionalism."

  1 year ago     Julie Ludlow

"Allison and her team were incredibly responsive and helped me through a difficult situation. Every situation is different, but for my divorce, I was very happy with their services from the warm feelings I got with in office meetings, very quick response time, and overall professionalism. I would recommend their services to friends and family."

  1 year ago     Karen Martin

"Simple and stress free. Never had the impression that they were trying to run up the bill. Listened to me and respected my wishes. Would recommend to anyone going through a divorce. They take the stress out of the already stressful situation."

  1 year ago     Jessica Kolupailo

"I'm glad to say, I could not be more pleased with the professionalism, thorough and good organization of Allison while representing me with my divorce. After the initial meeting, I really felt she was who I wanted representing me, now I couldn't be more pleased with my decision. I felt her communication was very professional, but down the earth at the same time. If there was a concern I addressed that she did not have a clear answer, she used her resources to give me the right information. She did not miss a beat in getting all the details in order and finalizing my divorce efficiently. I will be happy you recommend her to friends and family!"

  4 years ago     Cindy Elliott

Maxim Law, PLLC
333 Grand Avenue
Saint Paul, MN 55102


333 Grand Avenue
Saint Paul, MN 55102

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