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Amy K. Trehey - Buffalo, MN

908 Commercial Dr. Buffalo, MN 55313

Updated: 08/21/2023

Buffalo Real Property Lawyer


Amy Trehey is an Attorney with Johnson, Larson & Peterson P.A., practicing primarily in the areas of real property law, real estate transactions, estate planning, probate, and landlord-tenant law. Prior to joining Johnson, Larson & Peterson, Amy served as in-house counsel for a national commercial bank based out of central Minnesota, where she gained significant experience in business law, banking law, corporate governance, commercial lending, foreclosures and regulatory matters...

About Amy K. Trehey


  • English

Practice Areas

  • Real Property 30%
  • Estate Planning 30%
  • Landlord-Tenant Law 25%
  • Financial Services 15%


  • 50%


Bar Admissions

  • Minnesota, 2018
  • U.S. District Court District of Minnesota, 2019

Other Affiliations

  • Minnesota State Bar Association, 2018 - Present (Member)


  • University of St. Thomas School of Law, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2018
    Honors: magna cum laude
    Honors: Dean's List
  • St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, Minnesota
    Honors: summa cum laude
    Major: Criminal Justice Studies


Accepts Credit Cards


Published Works

  • Secured Transactions in Personal Property, Representing the Ongoing Business Deskbook, 2019

Office Information


908 Commercial Dr. Buffalo, MN 55313

Office Hours

Monday - Friday : 8am – 5pm



  • Dean's Award Recipient in Appellate Writing, 2017
  • Dean's Award Recipient in Bankruptcy Law, 2018
  • Dean's Award Recipient in Negotiations, 2018
  • Dean's Award Recipient in Business Associations, 2017
  • Dean's List, 2016 - 2018

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