I focused on Public Interest Law in Law School. I was very happy working at the... more
I focused on Public Interest Law in Law School. I was very happy working at the Indian Child Welfare Law Center as my first job after law school, but I could not pay the bills on a Public Interest Salary once my wife and I started a Family. I fell into debt collection for a few years. While the debt collection practice was never a good fit for me, it did provide me with a unique perspective and... view profile
Nathan M. Hansen obtained his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of North... more
Nathan M. Hansen obtained his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of North Dakota in 2003 and his B.A. Degree from the University of Minnesota in 1998. He has practiced law in North St. Paul since 2003. Prior to engaging in private practice of law, Mr. Hansen worked for the Minnesota Department of Corrections for over four years in various capacities.
I have represented Minnesota clients in the construction industry since 2004, from... more
I have represented Minnesota clients in the construction industry since 2004, from small subcontractors to large general contractors, in a large array of matters including defect litigation, lien foreclosure and defense,contract drafting and interpretation, and general liability insurance issues. I have particular expertise in construction defect matters involving the Minnesota Common Ownership... view profile
I am a registered nurse attorney looking to assist my client's legal, emotional... more
I am a registered nurse attorney looking to assist my client's legal, emotional physical and spiritual needs. After working at a large insurance defense firm in Minneapolis, I decided to open my own practice because I wanted to develop a new kind of law practice born out of my ideals and experiences in caring for people who need help. I believe that the legal profession is a nurturing profes... view profile
I have practiced law for over 18 years. I truly enjoy helping people get through... more
I have practiced law for over 18 years. I truly enjoy helping people get through difficult situations. My practice areas include family law, bankruptcy, criminal defense, landlord-tenant, real estate, fair debt collection, mortgage foreclosure prevention and wrongful mortgage foreclosure. I am admitted to practice before the Minnesota Supreme Court, Federal Court, United States Bankruptcy Cour... view profile
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