Advocating For Your Future

At Loftness Law Office, P.A., I am committed to professionalism with every step of the legal services I provide. I know that the outcome of your case – whether it is related to family law or criminal charges – will have a lasting effect on your future. I am here to represent you with unwavering confidentiality, decades of experience, and straightforward advice.

Representing Minnesota Clients In Scott County and Surrounding Areas For More Than 25 Years.

Get A Realistic Assessment Of Your Options

At Loftness Law Office, P.A., my family law practice revolves around all cases concerning separation and divorce, as well as paternity, adoption, custody, parenting time, child support, spousal maintenance, and modifications to existing orders. Whether you are divorcing or separating, dividing your assets and debts, discussing spousal maintenance or creating child parenting time schedules, addressing the procedural and jurisdictional issues can be difficult without the assistance of an experienced family law attorney.

I have assisted clients in diverse family circumstances for more than 27 years. Regardless of your social, cultural or economic background, I can help you navigate through your sensitive family law issues with diligence. As a seasoned litigator, I am always prepared to take a case to trial when necessary. However, I encourage clients to always keep working toward an amicable resolution of the disputed issues, and I advocate using alternative forms of dispute resolution and other means of negotiation to resolve disputes whenever possible.

I Am Here To Represent You

Jeffrey L. Loftness

Know Your Rights

Have you been arrested for drunk driving? Minnesota’s impaired driving laws are written to keep the state’s roads safe, but being pulled over for suspicion of driving while impaired (DWI) can be a frightening experience. If you are charged with DWI or test refusal, you may lose your driving privileges even before you are convicted and, depending on the circumstances, may also be required to install an Ignition Interlock device in your car or to install specialized license plates. A conviction may result in high fines, and a revocation will mean paying reinstatement fees.  

Being charged with DWI often raises several questions. How do you know if it was a legitimate traffic stop? Will the state revoke your license? Could this affect your job? Do you have a commercial driver’s license (CDL) that is required for your employment? You have too much at stake not to speak with an experienced DWI lawyer who can help protect your rights. Are you facing allegations or charges of other criminal offenses, such as theft or assault? Before talking to the police and giving voluntary statements, you have the right to speak with an attorney, and it is crucial that you do so. As an experienced criminal defense lawyer, I fight for the rights of my clients who face misdemeanor, gross misdemeanor, and felony charges. I can help to mitigate the damage from criminal charges and address potential collateral consequences as well.