Serving Southwest Minnesota Since 1996

A Homegrown Firm Attuned To Area Real Estate Concerns

When you need legal counsel on real estate matters, it is important to hire a local attorney – one who is familiar with the area and the concerns that commonly affect our residents. A big-city lawyer will not be as tuned in to the unique issues that arise in the farm country of rural Minnesota.

At Lynn A. Johnson Law Office, LLC, you will work with a lawyer who has long-standing roots in the community. I have more than 20 years of experience in the Murray County area. I understand the specific real estate issues that area residents often face. Since 1996, I have assisted clients throughout the region with all types of real estate transactions.

Providing High-Caliber Legal Service · Devoted To Exceptional Client Service

Real estate law requires considerable attention to detail and in-depth knowledge of the law. I draw on a strong work ethic and a high level of legal knowledge to assist clients with a wide range of real estate matters, including:

  • Real estate closings
  • Land splits
  • Farmland sales
  • New construction
  • Boundary and easement issues
  • Title opinions
  • Leasing agreements

In addition to serving Minnesotans, I provide legal counsel for out-of-state individuals who own real property in the region. I utilize my knowledge of real estate law to comprehensively advise clients on estate planning matters and family farm inheritance issues.

The Personalized Service You Deserve In These Detailed Areas Of Law

As a homegrown attorney, I value exceptional client service. My talented staff provides efficient, reliable and responsible service. No matter the complexity of your real estate matter, you can rest assured that I will provide a high caliber of legal representation.

To learn more about my real estate practice or schedule a consultation, call me at 507-873-4034 or complete my online form. I look forward to assisting you.

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– Jim Rohn