While there are other talented attorneys in our community, not all of them can offer you the time and personal attention that we can. Rather than advertising on television and trying to get as many people in and out of the door as possible, our firm has a longstanding policy of focussing on each client's needs, giving each and every one of our clients the attention and service they deserve.
As Dan has said, "One of the things that sets my practice apart is that you’ll get hands-on assistance from me, the lead attorney. Many lawyers allow their client services to be handled by junior associates or paralegals. I make it a point to have personal contact with all of my clients and to respond promptly to all client calls and questions."
Experienced and trustworthy
Dan Cooke has degrees in Economics from the University of Michigan and Law from the University of Minnesota Law School. He has been a licensed attorney since 1990 and is a member of the Minnesota State Bar Association, the Hennepin County Bar Association, the Minnesota Bar Association's Bankruptcy Section, and the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys.
In recognition of his dedication to our community and his extensive volunteer work, Dan Cooke has been honored with both the WCCO Good Neighbor Award and the Greater Twin Cities United Way's Unsung Hero award. Dan Cooke is not just a talented and experienced bankruptcy attorney -- he is also a person who takes the needs of others seriously.
We offer competitive rates and payment plans for our legal services. Please call 612-721-0230 to discuss an estimate.
"Deciding to file for Chapter 7 was not an easy one for us, but it definitely has helped steer us back into a better financial direction. Dan was very patient and worked closely with us. It would have been impossible to handle the process without his help. Dan is a true professional and really made it easier for us."
"Dan was an excellent lawyer. He answered my questions promptly, stopped creditor harassment right away. Very knowledgeable, and even a year after my bankruptcy when a supposed creditor was trying to collect, he got them to stop."