Carter Law Office

At the law offices of Darrell Carter, we specialize in real estate law, criminal law, personal injury, civil law and family law in Bemidji MN.  Free initial consultation.  Call 218-759-9000.

        Call for a FREE initial consultation at (218) 759-9000

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At the law offices of Darrell Carter, we specialize in real estate law, criminal law, personal injury, civil law and family law in Bemidji MN.  Free initial consultation.  Call 218-759-9000.



Lawyer experienced and practicing in the following areas of law:


Business

Corporate formation (profit and non-profit)

Corporate dissolutions

Partnership formation

Sale and purchase of businesses

Uniform Commercial code litigation

Business contracts

Franchise disputes

 

Probate

Wills

Trusts

Pour over wills

Will contests

 

Family Law

Adoptions

Custody

Child support

Domestic abuse

Divorce

Order for Protection

Harassment Orders

 

Real Estate

Formerly Licensed Real Estate Broker

Purchase and sales contracts for

     residential and commercial property leases and sales

Title opinions and title insurance

Property line dispute litigation

Quiet title actions

Landlord/tenant issues

Mortgage foreclosures

Injunctions to stop contract-for-deed cancellations

Mechanics lien foreclosures

 

Criminal Law

1st - 5th Degree assault

1st - 5th Degree criminal sexual conduct

1st - 5th Degree controlled substance

Domestic assault

Criminal vehicular injury

Arson

Homicide

Conspiracy/homicide

Simple and aggravated robbery

Kidnapping

Misconduct of a public officer

Medical assistance fraud

Obstructing legal process

Theft

Trespass

DWI

 

Civil Law

Trade secrets and unfair trade practices

Contracts

Construction

Sexual abuse

Declaratory judgment actions

Auto accidents

Employment

Partnership disputes

Trespass/damage to property

Medical malpractice

Product liability

UCC litigation

Premises liability

Surety/guarantor liability

Civil mental health commitments

Implied consent hearings

Bankruptcy adversarial proceedings

Unemployment compensation appeal