Articles Tagged with “minnesota legal malpractice”


The Minnesota Court of Appeals affirmed the dismissal of a legal malpractice, on the basis that the clients had not provided sufficient evidence to support their claims.  In Roseland v. Wentzell, a couple owned several parcels of farmland, which they had mortgaged to secure a loan from their bank.  They later defaulted on their mortgage payments, and hired an attorney to represent them in bankruptcy proceedings.

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