Kristine J. Zajac

Minneapolis Criminal Defense Attorney

Kristine J Zajac is a successful Criminal Defense Attorney in Minneapolis.  A Minnesota trial lawyer with her law firm, ZAJAC LAW FIRM, she has won criminal cases with jury verdicts of acquittal, dismissals before trial and client-chosen, favorable, negotiated resolutions.

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Minnesota Attorney Kristine J Zajac

Zajac regularly represents people accused or facing charges involving domestic  assaults,  assaults, criminal sexual conduct, theft, DWI and traffic cases, malicious punishment of a child, state and federal drug cases, false information  to police, false identification offenses.

If you are facing a misdemeanor, gross misdemeanor or felony criminal charge, Kristine J Zajac can help provide you the benefit of her over ten years of criminal defense experience to obtain a successful resolution of your case.  Zajac will also make sure that the client is informed of any potential immigration consequences of any plea agreement and will do her best to make sure that no negative immigration consequences result from a plea agreement, or criminal case.

Minneapolis Family Law Attorney
Zajac is a loyal, tough and smart fighter for her clients in Family Law court cases.  Whether the cases involves  counseling or commencing a divorce case, dealing with issues of child custody, property division, or child support, Kristine Zajac can bring her ten plus years of experience in the trenches of family court to bear – for your benefit and that of your family.

Whether it’s a Paternity-Parentage case, Post-Decree Litigation or anything in between, give Zajac a call.

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Minnesota Criminal Defense Attorney

  • Fifth Degree Assault Cases
  • Drug Charges
  • Restraining Order Violation Claims
  • DWI Defense
  • Prostitution Charges
  • All misdemeanor & felonyncharges
  Minnesota Family Law Attorney

  • Dissolution of Marriage by Publication
  • Flat-fee, and hourly Divorces
  • Child custody cases
  • Paternity and Non-Paternity cases
  • Child Visitation matters
  • Child Support issues
  • Spousal Support matters
  • Defending Orders for Protection (OFPs)
  • Domestic Violence cases