Name: Noble Simpson
Phone Number: (952) 925-4147
Legal Assistant: Pauletta Green
Focus Areas: Litigation services in the areas of elder law, will contests, trust administration, guardianships, conservatorships, wrongful death, probate law, and significant personal injury matters.
Education: JD – University of Minnesota Law School; BA – English, Philosophy – University of Minnesota, Mankato.
Those who know me well say that I’m:
- Reflective – I’m constantly thinking and observing. There’s so much more beneath the surface that needs to be understood. You’re not just a client and your case is not just another case. You and your experience are unique – you’re the only one walking in your shoes. Because I understand the importance of this fact, you’ll always have my undivided attention and support.
- Precise – I’m very good at giving you the exact information you need for your specific situation, using the right words at right time. With me, you won’t have to wonder or guess. I’ll just tell you. I know you’re in a tough spot and I’ll do everything in my power to make it easier for you.
- Thorough – Cases can be lost due to carelessness or lack of research. Winning means taking a messy, real-life situation and putting it in a structured format where the conclusion becomes self-evident. You can count on the fact that I rarely miss what matters.
I chose to become an attorney because I knew that writing, as an endeavor, could solve people’s problems. Most cases are argued through legal briefs, which are written papers applying law to facts. Writing a good brief is the best way to help a client. I recognized that being an attorney exists at the intersection of love for law and love of writing. Enough said.
I believe that our biggest responsibility in life is to understand. Ourselves. Others. The world.
I can fix what seems to be unfixable, and win what may look like a losing case.
My greatest accomplishments are my two children. I love empowering them by teaching them new skills. It’s amazing to see them do something today they couldn’t do yesterday.
I’m making a difference by catching things that other people miss. Minor details can become major problems or major solutions.
Quote me: “You can do this. You can get through this.”
My next challenge is to help my clients find a path through a dark and scary place.
On my bookshelf: Gödel, Escher, Bach by Douglas Hofstadter.
Seven words that describe me: Father, writer, seeker, martial artist, witty, open-minded, serious.
One thing most people don’t know about me: I hate wearing suits. Seriously – I do.
When I’m not working, I enjoy spending time with my wife and children, reading, martial arts and building things.