Morton County, North Dakota Landlord Tenant Lawyers

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James A. Teigland
Claimed Lawyer ProfileQ&ASocial Media
(855) 478-7620 200 Central Ave N
Valley City, ND 58072
Free ConsultationBarnes County, ND Landlord Tenant Attorney with 6 years experience
Landlord Tenant, Collections, Construction and Real Estate
William Mitchell College of Law
Attorney James Teigland is a Moorhead native who graduated from Park Christian High School of Moorhead in 2006 and attended Minnesota State University Moorhead where he studied Economics until he graduated in 2010. Mr. Teigland attended William Mitchell College of Law from 2010-2013, and is licensed to practice in Minnesota and North Dakota. While attending law school, Mr. Teigland volunteered as a Law Clerk at the Council on Crime and Justice, clerked for Judge John P. Smith, Externed at Merrill Corporation, and was a Legal Assistant at the Sortland Law Office. After law school Mr. Teigland started...
Nicholas Nelson
Claimed Lawyer ProfileQ&ASocial Media
(701) 640-9632 921 Dakota Ave. Ste. A
Wahpeton, ND 58075
Free ConsultationRichland County, ND Landlord Tenant Lawyer
Landlord Tenant, Civil Rights, Criminal and Family
University of North Dakota School of Law
My purpose is to protect individual liberty and provide access to United States justice.
Lee Michael Grossman
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Cass County, ND Landlord Tenant Attorney with 14 years experience
(701) 297-2890 4627 44th Ave S
Fargo, ND 58104
Landlord Tenant, Business, Construction and Consumer
University of North Dakota School of Law
Luke Heck
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Cass County, ND Landlord Tenant Lawyer with 5 years experience
(701) 297-2890 4627 44th Ave S
Suite 108
Fargo, ND 58104
Free ConsultationLandlord Tenant, Criminal and DUI
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