1864 Courthouse
1923 Courthouse
Fraser Hall
                    

 

 

 

          GERALD L. HASSELBRINK

          Attorney, Mediator, and Arbitrator


             Qualified Neutral Under Minnesota Court Rule 114

             for Mediation and Arbitration

                                                                                                         

 

 

St. Cloud - Sartell

St. Joseph - Waite Park
 

6027 19th St. N.

St. Cloud, Minnesota 56303

 

(320) 251-0222


PROBATE, ESTATES

PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE

WILLS, TRUSTS, ESTATE PLANNING


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.

 

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For more information and to set up an appointment

phone (320) 251-0222

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


STATEWIDE
ARBITRATION SERVICES
 
Private, Independent Arbitration of Claims and Disputes

 

 

Resolution Without Court

                                                             

Insurance Claims

   

Contract Disputes

   

Real Estate Disputes

   

Resolution Efforts Without Court Order

   

Construction Issues

   

Business Dissolution & Accountings

   

Family Issues

   

Workplace Issues

   

Estates

   

Miscellaneous Disputes
 

Resolution of Cases

Filed In Court


Civil Matters in Conciliation or District Court

   

Rule 114 Case Diversion for Dispute Resolution

   

Determination of Issues Best Suited to Arbitration

   

Post-Judgment Matters

   

Multijurisdictional Matters

   

Damages

   

Binding, Nonbinding

   

Valuation Controversies

   

Mediation-Arbitration

   

Other Agreed-upon Parameters


  

For Further Information:

 

Phone or email for a packet including filing forms and rules for arbitrations.

 

Attorneys are invited to contact me to arrange a confidential conference call to discuss your case, including procedures for specialized presentations and decisions. 

 

A list of qualifications is also available.

 

Gerald Hasselbrink

Arbitration Services


Phone (320) 251-0222


Contact by email


    
              
Independent Arbitration Services


An independent mediator and arbitrator, not connected with any organization, other firms or attorneys, provides the parties extra assurance of entirely neutral treatment, privacy, and economical and efficient administration.

Beginning in 1986, my law practice has included arbitration and mediation with private parties, for the courts, and under auspices of organizations administering arbitration programs.  My education has included special training in arbitration and mediation through the Hennepin County courts, Minnesota Association of Mediators, American Arbitration Association, Society of Professionals in Dispute Resolution, Minnesota State Bar Association, and the Erickson Mediation Institute.  I previously served on bar association committees involved with alternative dispute resolution (mediation and arbitration) and lawyer professionalism.

I serve on the arbitrator panel of the American Arbitration Association, and have arbitrated matters through the Fourth Judicial District (Hennepin County) Alternative Dispute Resolution program.  I am also a volunteer mediator of attorney-client fee disputes through the Seventh District Bar Association and have been a frequent arbitrator of No-fault automobile insurance disputes involving insurance companies and insured parties.

My education, work, and litigation background include construction and engineering, injuries and medical issues, real estate, professional malpractice and a wide variety of insurance claims.

 

 

BENEFITS OF PRIVATE, INDEPENDENT, ARBITRATION


Arbitration is useful for resolving the frequent legitimate dispute. It is the informal way to present your side of a dispute for a decision within the parameters you have set. It offers a private and efficient way to present the controversy for a determination. Arbitration is usually quicker and less expensive than litigation.

The Minnesota Supreme Court has adopted rules encouraging mediation and arbitration of cases already in the courts. Parties can also choose to mediate or arbitrate controversies which have not been commenced in the courts.

Arbitration is flexible. The parties to the dispute will select the issues, the form of the decision, other ground rules, and the arbitrator(s).