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Schedule a Free 15-minute Telephone Consultation

To schedule a free 15-minute telephone consultation to discuss your situation, please first complete our intake form. This form is to ensure there isn’t a conflict of interest regarding your situation and River Valley Law, PA. Once you complete the form, our team will review it and contact you shortly. All consultations are subject to availability and to the conflict of interest check.

Please complete the form that best fits your situation

Select and complete an intake form from the three options below based on your situation. Once our team reviews your completed form, we will complete a conflict of interest check and then contact you regarding a 15-minute telephone consultation with one of our attorneys.

Would you prefer to call our office?
You may also call our office during business hours to complete the intake form with one of our team members. They will then follow up with you to schedule the free, 15-minute telephone consultation (after completing a conflict of interest check). You may call our main office at (320)497-7977.

Ready to discuss your situation?

River Valley Law, with offices in Waite Park, MN and Fargo, North Dakota, is a reputable team of experienced attorneys and legal professionals who are fully prepared to provide the assistance you need in your legal situation.

Call our office or complete an intake form above to schedule a free, 15-minute consultation with one of our attorneys. (Subject to availability and a conflict of interest check.)

Phone: (320) 497-7977  |  Fax: 1 (320) 640-2828  |  Email: info@rivervalleylaw.com

Minnesota
River Valley Law, P.A.
183 Seventh Avenue South, Waite Park, MN 56387

Mon - Thur: 8 am - 5 pm
Friday: 8 am - 4:30 pm

North Dakota
River Valley Law, P.A.
3523 – 45th
Street Sout, Suite 100, Fargo, ND 58104

By appointment only

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