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Ryan is known for his practical and client service-oriented approach. He has a very broad practice that includes both transactional work and litigation. Ryan’s experience with real estate law includes representation of financial institutions, private lenders…
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Matt is a partner at the firm with over a decade of legal experience. Matt is originally from Hillsboro, North Dakota, but had connections to the Twin Cities that drew him to the area. While in law school, Matt served on the Executive Board for the Valparaiso University Law Review and clerked for United States Magistrate…
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Matthew R. Hartranft
Matt believes that effective businesses are the foundation of successful, prosperous communities. As the owner of a tristate dry-goods distribution business that faced the challenges of the 2007-2009 recession, Matt learned first-hand the difference that dependable legal counsel can make…
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Diligent, thorough & capable attorney
I have engaged Brutlag, Trucke, & Doherty to perform legal work on a number of varied issues. Matt has exceeded my expectations on all engagements. Everything from real estate, to contract reviews, to collections. In addition to being knowledgeable and thorough on all reviews/filings. Matt has provided me with strategic ideas to approach situations which I would never have thought of on my own.
Excellent Legal Representation and Counsel for Residential Home Buying
My husband and I found Brutlag, Trucke, & Doherty through Avvo as we were relocating from out of state and were purchasing a home without the use of a realtor. We strongly recommend Matt for multiple reasons. First, he provided sound advice on ensuring the title was free and clear and there would be no issues prior to us getting too far into the process.
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