Attorney Profile

Joseph M. Flanders

You can call me Joe.   I treat all my clients like I would my mom or my brother.

I started Flanders Law Firm LLC with the idea that the client-lawyer relationship could be something better. After working with me, I want all of my clients to say:

“Wow, that was better legal representation than I expected.”

If I’m not meeting that goal, I’m doing something wrong.

Your Minnesota Family Lawyer

I practice in the legal fields of Minnesota family law, estate planning, and probate.  I also attend Continuing Legal Education, I write articles, I blog, and I read as much as I can about family law, divorce law, and estate planning and estate administration.   I focus on these legal practice areas because I want to be the best in my field at them.

When not working as an attorney, I enjoy spending time with my wife and two sons.

I am also an avid fishermen and lover of the outdoors.  If you don’t need a lawyer, but want somebody to go fishing with, give me a call and I won’t charge you for it.

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A little bit more about my Resume

  • Practice Areas:
    •  Family Law, Estate Planning, Probate, Small Business Law
  • Undergraduate Education:
    • University of Iowa, B.A., English.
  • Law School:
    • University of North Dakota School of Law, J.D., with distinction.
  • Admitted:
    • Minnesota
    • North Dakota
    • Indiana (inactive)
    • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Indiana
    • U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Northern District of Indiana
  • Memberships:
    • Minnesota State Bar Association
    • North Dakota State Bar Association
    • Indiana State Bar Association
    • National Scholars Honors Society
    • North Dakota Law Review
    • Scribes, American Society of Legal Writers.
  • Publications:
    • Transboundary Water Disputes on an International and State Platform:  A Controversial Resolution to the Devils Lake Dilemma, 82 North Dakota Law Review 997 (2004).
    • Academic Student Dismissals at Public Institutions of Higher Education:  When Is Academic Deference Not an Issue?, Notre Dame Journal of College, University Law, 34 J.C.U.L. 21. (2007)
  • Faculty:
    • University of Georgia Education Law Consortium, 2007.
    • Landlord Tenant Law Update, Continuing Legal Education (CLE), Sterling Education Services.

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