Get to know Attorney Sean Shiff
Minneapolis Minnesota Attorney Sean Shiff
Sean is a Minnesotan through and through, having been born and raised in the Twin Cities and attending high school, college and law school here. He is married with three beautiful daughters who are tougher and more tirelessly determined than any opposing counsel, and from that he has learned to pick his battles. When he's not working hard for his clients, Sean manages to find time for his other passions in life, including writing/recording songs, playing golf and basketball, and cross country skiing.
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Law Office of Sean Shiff
Our mission is to consistently provide clients with highly skilled, ethical and aggressive legal representation. We endeavor to always provide excellent personal service, promptly respond to our clients' needs, and communicate regularly and clearly with our clients. We treat our clients, opposing counsel, and the court with respect while, at the same time, being a zealous advocate. We strive for efficient and practical solutions, while maintaining the clear focus, diligence, and creativity needed to adapt to the ever-changing circumstances of a case or client matter.
As a trial lawyer, I know what to look for in terms of skills and knowledge when I need to recommend a lawyer for a friend or client. I have collaborated with Sean on several matters, and have also referred clients in need of civil litigation, business disputes, divorce and child custody matters. I send people I care about to Sean because I know he will take care of them the right way by understanding their problem, advocating with skill and zeal, and giving straightforward advice. He is a good lawyer and a good man."
Ryan Pacyga, Ryan Pacyga Criminal Defense
Sean is a great lawyer and litigator. When our clients need help from outside counsel, Sean is our first call."
Peter Brehm, Business Law Center
- Rucker v. Schmidt, 794 N.W.2d 114 (Minn. 2011)
- In re Marriage of Leonard v. Leonard, 2011 WL 3903279 (Minn. Ct. App.)
- Murrin v. Mosher, 2009 WL 2366119 (Minn. Ct. App.)
- Fidelity Bank et al v. Dunbar Armored, 2004 WL 2856812 (Minn. Ct. App.)
- Senn v. Youngstedt, 2002 WL 31013044 (Minn. Ct. App.)
- Norling v. Weldon, 2001 WL 1530910 (Minn. Ct. App.)
- State v. Machholz, 574 N.W.2d 415 (Minn. 1998) (Amicus Curiae)