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MHS partners earn specialist certification


Melchert Hubert Sjodin PLLP partners and real estate attorneys Racheal Holland and Mike Melchert have been certified as Real Property Law Specialists by the Minnesota State Bar Association (MSBA). They join other Melchert Hubert Sjodin partners previously certified as specialists in their fields by the MSBA: Brad Solheim – Real Property Law Specialist; Keith Sjodin [...]


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Melchert Hubert Sjodin PLLP partners and real estate attorneys Racheal Holland and Mike Melchert have been certified as Real Property Law Specialists by the Minnesota State Bar Association (MSBA). They join other Melchert Hubert Sjodin partners previously certified as specialists in their fields by the MSBA:  Brad Solheim – Real Property Law Specialist; Keith Sjodin – Civil Trial Law Specialist; and Kelly Dohm – Labor and Employment Law Specialist. Holland is a member of the firm’s commercial practice group and is an experienced real estate attorneyShe focuses her practice in the areas of real estate transactions and litigation, general civil litigation, banking, business law, commercial law, and probate and trust litigationShe advises and represents businesses and financial institutions, as well as landowners in real estate matters and Torrens proceedingsHolland currently serves as Co-Deputy Examiner of Titles for McLeod County, Minnesota. Melchert focuses his practice on real estate, business, health care, and municipal lawHe assists his real estate clients in matters including sales/purchases, commercial leasing, development, construction contracts, project financing and title problemsAs a member of the governing council of the Real Property Law Section of the MSBA, he works with leading real estate attorneys to improve laws impacting real estate transactions, to promote continuing legal education, and to develop title standards used by attorneys and courts. Fewer than 3 percent of all licensed Minnesota attorneys have achieved a specialist designation in their practice area from the MSBAThe designation is earned by leading attorneys who have completed a rigorous approval process, which includes an examination in the specialty area, peer review, and documented experienceFounded in 1927, the full-service law firm of Melchert Hubert Sjodin, PLLP serves businesses, individuals, municipalities and counties throughout the western metro area of the Twin Cities from offices in Waconia, Chaska and Hutchinson. For more information, visit www.mhslaw.com or call (952) 442-7700. Filed Under: Melchert Hubert Sjodin, Waconia Patriot Related posts: Sjodin earns certified specialist designation Melchert Hubert Sjodin adds associate attorney U.SBank appoints Palattao to VP/specialist position Community partners hit a home run for Waconia schools

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