The law firm, Blahnik Law Office, PLLC, represents client in the city of Carver and other surrounding areas. Carver was originally called Lukenborg which was named by Axel Jorgenson. By the 1850's there was a great “land boom” along many key river locations, including Carver. Jorgenson created this city to become a steamboat and barge terminal. By 1854 Jorgenson sold his land to the Carver Land Company, and by 1857 the city was platted and it had 35 buildings. In 1871, the Minneapolis and St. Louis Railway arrived, creating a great decline in the importance of Carver. Also, the Carver businesses took a large decline during the Prohibition and the Great Depression which sent Carver into several decades of economic distress. Carver is currently about 4 square miles with approximately 1,300 people. The city hall is located at 316 Broadway, Carver, Minnesota 55315.
If you are a resident of Carver, Minnesota and are in need of legal services, particularly in the areas of family law (including divorce, child custody and child support), please contact the law firm, Blahnik Law Office, PLLC for a free initial consultation.