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Casselton Business & Commercial Law Firm
Our Practice Areas
Our large team of attorneys has the resources to tackle cases across a wide range of practice areas, no matter how complex.
These are some of the many our law firm has worked on in recent years:
- Business and commercial: We advise business clients on commercial matters, such as formations, mergers and contracts.
- Criminal law: Our attorneys defend accused persons in court to establish their innocence and secure their freedom.
- Estate planning: We help our clients protect their assets and prepare for as many potential future scenarios as possible.
- Family law: Our law firm fights hard for families in matters such as child custody, collaborative divorce and father's rights.
- Real estate: We help our clients mitigate risks as they complete real estate transactions or pursue development projects.
We have a strong team of experienced attorneys and administrative staff members at Ohnstad Twichell, P.C., who share one thing in common. We are committed to putting our clients first and working hard to achieve the positive outcomes our clients seek for themselves, their businesses and their families.
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About Ohnstad Twichell, P.C.
- Business & Commercial
- Family Law
- Criminal Law
- Estate Planning
- Delvin J. Losing (Shareholder)
- Sheila Christianson, Office Assistant
- Tara Cuypers, Paralegal
- Abby Pitsenbarger, Paralegal
746 Front StreetP.O. Box 308 Casselton, ND 58012- 0308
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