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The law firm, Blahnik Law Office, PLLC, represents client in the city of St. Paul and other surroundings areas. St. Paul has the second highest population in Minnesota, behind Minneapolis. The 2010 census estimated there are 285,068 people living in a 56.2 sq mile radius. St. Paul and neighboring city Minneapolis are known as the “Twin Cities”. In 1849, St. Paul was named the capital for the Minnesota territories, and it remains the state capital today. St. Paul also serves as the county seat for Ramsey county. St. Paul City Hall and Ramsey County Courthouse is located at 15 Kellogg Boulevard West, Minnesota 55102. The Minnesota State Capital is located at 75 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, St. Pal, Minnesota 55155.
In 1857, territorial Legislature voted to move the state capital to St. Peter. One territorial legislature, Joe Rolette, prevented the move from happening. Mr. Rolette stole the physical text of the bill and went into hiding. On May 11, 1858, Minnesota was admitted as the 32nd state in the Union with St. Paul as its capital.
ST. PAUL FAMILY LAW LAWYER
If you are a resident of St. Paul, Minnesota and are in need of legal services, particularly in the areas of family law including, but not limited to divorce, child custody and child support, please contact the law firm, Blahnik Law Office, PLLC for a free initial consultation.
Please contact Blahnik Law Office, PLLC if you have any legal needs or if you simply have a legal question that you want answered.
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