2E South Pine Drive, Circle Pines MN 55014
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

About Us

 

About Our Firm

Our office has been serving the Minneapolis-St. Paul area providing legal services since 1992. Founded, in 1992, by attorney Jennifer R. Wellner, the partnership of Wellner & Isaacson, PLLP, was formed in January of 1996. The law firm has continuously served the Twin Cities community and its northern suburbs (including Anoka County) for more than 20 years providing a range of services as a general practice law firm with an emphasis in the area of family law including divorce, custody and parenting time, paternity and child support cases. The law firm also provides mediation services in the area of family law with partner Jo Lynn Isaacson being on the list of individuals serving the court system as an Early Neutral Evaluator for the counties of Anoka, Sherburne, Wright, and Washington. The law firm is well served by Jenny Corner, legal assistant and office manager, who has been part of the team at Wellner & Isaacson, PLLP, since 1999.

Our Mission

 
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Wellner & Isaacson, PLLP has as its primary mission the provision of excellent legal services to its clients in the Minneapolis-St. Paul Metropolitan Area, with many of those clients coming to the firm from the northern suburbs including Anoka, Coon Rapids, Fridley, Blaine, Shoreview, Centerville, Lexington, Andover, Lino Lakes, and Ham Lake, and from its hometown of Circle Pines. Often new clients come as referrals from past clients who have recommended the law firm. As necessary, the law firm will aggressively litigate on behalf of its clients while maintaining a professional relationship with opposing counsel. Wellner & Isaacson, PLLP puts a very high premium on honesty and integrity in dealing with clients and with other counsel and the court system. It is a priority of the firm to get the optimum result for the clients at a reasonable cost. We view the taking on of a client for representation as a trust which must be honored by both the attorney and the client. This trust relationship includes, on the attorney's side, due diligence and being responsive to the client's needs including prompt responses to telephone calls, emails and other communications, keeping the client fully informed and providing the best possible ethical representation of the client's legal position and arguments in support of that position. On the client's part, the attorneys expect there to be full disclosure by the client of the facts of the case and prompt response by the client to requests for information and cooperation in the actions that need to be taken on the client's behalf.