Spencer Todd White
Co-Founder and Partner
Spencer T. White is an experienced attorney and father of two children, with life experience in all of his major practice areas. Family law cases involve a variety of issues, and Mr. White’s diverse background as an attorney, business owner, mortgage broker, contracts manager, high-technology engineer and farm owner enhance his ability to understand your case and ensure that your rights and needs are protected. As a lawyer, he uses this background and life experiences every day to help better serve his clients.
Spencer T. White | Family Law Estate Planning Attorney | Eagan Building rapport with the client is a must in a successful representation. Mr. White is committed to work with you in the capacity of a lawyer and a consultant to help you get through your case with the minimum amount of anxiety, and to reduce the concerns you might have regarding the process that you face.
One of the hidden keys to a successful family law case is the negotiation of a comprehensive settlement agreement. Mr. White has many years of experience negotiating difficult and ambiguous legal situations between opposing parties, which is a significant benefit to those who choose to select Spencer T. White, PLLC as their legal counsel.
JD, William Mitchell College of Law, St. Paul, MN – Licensed Attorney in Minnesota, ID 0389660
BS, Engineering, agricultural power and equipment, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS
Completed over 200 hours of Continuing Legal Education – Minnesota State Bar Association CLE
SENE and FENE training (Social & Financial Early Neutral Evaluation process)
Spencer T. White, PLLC proudly serves Eagan and the surrounding Minnesota communities including Burnsville, Rosemount, Apple Valley, Shakopee, Savage, Lakeville, Prior Lake, Inver Grove Heights, Mendota Heights, Mendota, West St. Paul, and South St. Paul.
Spencer T. White, PLLC offers dedicated legal services in a number of different areas. These are family law (including matters of divorce, paternity, child custody, child support, spousal maintenance (alimony), parenting time, and modifications), wills, trusts and estates.