- Real Estate Litigation
- Title Insurance
- Mechanics Lien Litigation
- Boundary Disputes
- Creditor's Remedies
In May 2003 Brad Beisel and Kevin Dunlevy combined their practices to form Beisel & Dunlevy, PA. With over forty years of experience between them, Brad and Kevin felt that combining their skills and experience would give them a unique opportunity to serve their clients. Both Brad and Kevin are AV rated, Minnesota "Superlawyers" and are designated by the Minnesota State Bar Association as Real Property Specialists. Beisel & Dunlevy, PA has an outstanding reputation for excellence, and the proven ability to give its clients efficient and exceptional representation.
Concentrating in the areas of title insurance law, real estate litigation, and general real estate, Beisel & Dunlevy, PA now includes five lawyers and a growing staff. The Firm is located in downtown Minneapolis, and practices throughout the states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, and North Dakota.
Both Bradley Beisel and Kevin Dunlevy have been included in the exclusive list of "Top 100 Minnesota Super Lawyers".
Beisel & Dunlevy, PA was established in 2003.
Our clients include: leading Title Insurance underwriters and institutional lenders.
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