Our duties to the county include:
Some other areas that we are involved in:
Can the County Attorney's Office represent me?
No. The County Attorney's Office is limited by law to representing the County.
I want to know more about child support. Who do I call or contact?
Contact your caseworker from the County assigned.
General information is available on the MNDHS website
My plat or RLS needs signing. What do I do?
Contact the County Attorney's Office:
There is a fee for the review of the plat (set by the county board). A developer's agreement may be required depending on the conditions of the plat.
- You will need for the plat a title opinion or policy issued within 30 days of the day you present the plat for signature.
- If you are platting land that is Torrens, bring a copy of the Torren's title.
- You will need to bring all original consents, satisfactions or affidavits of identification requested to ensure lands can be dedicated for public use. The CAO will be the second to last signature on the plat. The last signature will be the Recorder/Registrar of Title.
Where Can I get help with filling out court forms?
I have a problem with my landlord. Where can I get information?
There is information available about the landlord tenant relationship through the Minnesota Attorney General's Office