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Languages spoken: English, German

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Licensed

  1. Tax: 35%
  2. Debt Collection: 30%
  3. Debt Settlement: 30%
  4. Bankruptcy: 5%

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Fees:

Hourly ($175-200/hour), contingent (35-50%)

Payment types:

Cash, Check

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Contact info

Po Box 5849
Grand Forks, ND, 58206-5849

Resume

License
StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
MNAuthorized to practice201007/31/2015
NDAuthorized to practice law201001/18/2016
KYFormer Member - Withdrew under SCR3.480200809/23/2011
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Awards
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Highest Grade in Federal Tax Research LL.M.CALI EXCELLENCE FOR THE FUTURE AWARD2010
Highest Grade in State & Local Tax LL.M.CALI EXCELLENCE FOR THE FUTURE AWARD2010
Highest Grade in Corporate Tax IICALI EXCELLENCE FOR THE FUTURE AWARD2010
Highest Grade in Divorce TaxationCALI EXCELLENCE FOR THE FUTURE AWARD2009
Scholarship RecipientChapman University School of Law2009
McScholar of the Year - KentuckyMcDonald's Corporation2005
Scholarship RecipientSouthern Virginia University1999
Eagle ScoutBoy Scouts of America1998
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
AttorneyCamrud, Maddock, Olson & Larson2010 - Present
Legal ExternUnited States Attorney's Office - Los Angeles2010 - 2010
AttorneyNeeleman & Craig2008 - 2009
Law Clerk/AttorneyCooper & Friedman2007 - 2008
Associations
Association namePosition nameDuration
North Dakota State Bar AssociationMember2010 - Present
Minnesota State Bar AssociationMember2010 - Present
Kentucky Bar AssociationMember2008 - Present
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Farmers & Merchants State Bank of Tolna v. HalvorsonDebtors reaffirmed subject debt
D & D Commodities Limited v. McCarthy et. al.Settlement that permitted the creditor to reclaim its goods
Kemmesat, et. al. v. EllenbergerSettlement that resulted in the Defendant not having to pay any of the money he allegedly owed
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Publications
Publication nameTitleDate
Journal of Law and EducationRandom Drug Testing in Public Schools2007
Education
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Chapman University School of LawTaxationLL.M - Master of Laws2010
Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at the University of LouisvilleLawJD - Juris Doctor2008
Southern Virginia UniversityBusiness Management & LeadershipBA - Bachelor of Arts2005