1864 Courthouse
1923 Courthouse
Fraser Hall



          Attorney, Mediator, and Arbitrator

             Qualified Neutral Under Rule 114

             of the Minnesota General Rules of Practice


                 CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) EPIDEMIC


St. Cloud - Sartell

St. Joseph - Waite Park

6027 19th St. N.

St. Cloud, Minnesota 56303


(320) 251-0222




PERSONAL GUIDANCE:  Providing personal, confidential advice and services for spouses, family, and others affected by loss of a loved one.

Emphasizing efficient handling of probate and non-probate options for survivors and family members, joint owners, and others.

Management of estate issues, including property transfers, probate and nonprobate options, resolution of claims, disputed inheritances, real estate, and other matters.

PROBATE:  Litigation of issues related to probate.  Property collection and management, insurance, claims administration, bookkeeping, distributions, real estate issues, government claims, family concerns, and other issues.

Professional estate collection and management assures that obligations are fulfilled and heirs receive property as intended and permitted by law.

ESTATE PLANNING:  Preparation of wills and trusts for individuals and couples. Simple to complex.


TRUSTS:  Preparation of trusts for managing property and other purposes.

Administration of trusts through informal and formal procedures.

Resolution of trust issues through appropriate processes, including litigation.



More than 20 years experience assisting individuals and families with

personal, professional attention.


Member, Minnesota State Bar Association Probate and Trust Section.


Prompt personal attention to these important matters.



Gerald Hasselbrink

Attorney at Law

St. Cloud, MN 56303


(320) 251-0222


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Divorce and Family Law Attorney

Constructive Divorce Solutions
  • •  Settlements
  • •  Prenuptial Agreements
  • •  Parenting Plans
  • •  Pre-Divorce Counseling
  • •  Uncontested Divorce
  • •  "Mediated" Divorce
  • •  Contested Divorce
  • •  Mediator
  • •  Parenting Time Expeditor

Family Mediation

  • •  Family Court Mediation
  • •  Out-of-court Private Mediation

Business Matters

  • •  Buying and Selling Businesses and Assets
  • •  Contracts, Real Estate, Leases
  • •  Business Litigation
  • •  Insurance Claims, Commercial Issues, Collections
  • •  Disputes and Dispute Resolution
  • •  General Business Matters

Personal Legal Matters

  • •  Estates and Estate Planning
  • •  Probate
  • •  Real Estate
  • •  Guardianships
  • •  Elder Law
  • •  Civil Litigation



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Arbitration and Mediation

Arbitration and mediation can often provide a way for parties to save time, money, resources, and damage to reputation and business relationships.  Contact my office to arrange a confidential, no-obligation conference call to discuss your dispute.


Parties benefit from my independence and a broad background in litigation and alternative dispute resolution, including more than 20 years of mediation and arbitration experience dealing with damages, no-fault claims, contract disputes, and other matters. 

Each arbitration is handled with efficiency and flexibility, organized around the needs and choices of the parties, whether arbitrating as an alternative to suit or after commencement. 

Parties can select from a variety of arbitration methods, including trial-type proceedings, mediation mixed with arbitration, decision without hearing, binding or non-binding decisions, and other approaches to resolution of the matter.


Civil Mediation

Parties can choose mediation of disputes when ordered by the court or when no court is involved.  Mediation can aid parties in resolving many civil disputes arising from estate matters, real estate transactions, contract issues, and other disagreements.


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