Ziebell Law Office, P.A.

Located at 13 W. Main St., Kasson Mini Mall, Kasson, MN 55944 507-634-7887

COVID 19: My office is remaining open at this time. HOWEVER, please call before coming to my office so we can assure that we maintain social distance between clients and have the office cleaned prior to your arrival. Communication by phone, e-mail and mail is encouraged to start work or provide information. I am working on completing estate plans on an urgent basis, with existing clients’ work to be completed first, and new client work on a first come/first serve basis. Please keep supporting your local businesses during this crisis, but limit your visits and keep social distances to avoid spreading the illness.

Welcome to Ziebell Law Office P.A.!

Ziebell Law office is a general practice law firm serving clients in Southeast Minnesota. Although our office is located in downtown Kasson, we serve clients in Dodge, Olmsted, and Mower counties and surrounding areas. We strive to provide professional, yet personal, service to our clients.

Ziebell Law Office is a local law firm with a history going back over 40 years.

See our links above to find out more about areas of law that we practice in and about ourselves.

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