Mr. Lamey graduated magna cum laude from the University of San Diego. Upon... more
Mr. Lamey graduated magna cum laude from the University of San Diego. Upon graduation, he came back to his hometown to attend the William Mitchell College of Law (WMCL). While in law school, Mr. Lamey was a staff member on the WMCL Law Review and ... view profile
When I am not at work, I enjoy reading, working in my garden, and distance running.... more
When I am not at work, I enjoy reading, working in my garden, and distance running. I recently completed my first full marathon, which I found to be challenging, but extremely rewarding.I also enjoy spending time showering tons of love and affection upon my wonderful husband, my sons, my niece, my nephew, my cat and my long-haired miniature dachshund, Cujo (pictured).
Jason Foster has been practicing law in Minnesota since 2003. He began his legal... more
Jason Foster has been practicing law in Minnesota since 2003. He began his legal career as an associate attorney with a creditors rights firm representinglarge creditorssuch as Citibank, Target, Discover, Sears and MBNA. In 2005,Jason began Foster Law Office, P.L.L.C., ageneral practicelaw officepracticing in the areas of bankruptcy, family, estate planning and real estatelaw. He now has r... view profile
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