Join us on Thursday, March 14 at 10 am at the Madelia Library for a FREE seminar on estate planning! We will discuss the following topics: Wills Trusts Probate vs. Non-Probate Healthcare Directives Transfer on Death Deeds Estate Tax Planning Solutions Charitable Gift Planning Medical Assistance Minnesota Farm Estate Tax Exception And More! Refreshments will be provided. This event is open to the public. Invite your friends! CALL 507-625-2525 TO RSVP TODAY! See you at the Library on March 14!
MANKATO, Minn. — Farrish Johnson Law Office of Mankato, MN, and Brandt Law Office of St. Peter, MN, are pleased to announce the merger of the two firms effective on February 1, 2019. The combined firm will practice under the Farrish Johnson Law Office name. The firms have highly complementary practice areas and, with this merger, the attorneys from both firms will be able to provide greater legal assistance and expertise to individuals, families and businesses across southern Minnesota. Farrish Johnson Law Office will retain office locations in Mankato, Madelia and St. Peter. The attorneys and support staff at each...Read More
Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services, a nonprofit legal aid law firm, has launched once a month free legal checkups at the Open Door Health Center in Mankato. Farrish Johnson attorney Yuri Jelokov is a volunteer attorney for SMRLS. The checkups will occur on the third Monday of each month from 4 to 7 p.m. at Open Door. Others will also be held at Centenary United Methodist church in Mankato during their homeless breakfast hours and at Wellcome Manor in Garden City. Although there may be some same-day availability, those interested are encouraged to schedule appointments in advance by calling SMRLS...Read More
Introducing Yuri Jelokov as the newest member of the Madelia Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. We look forward to be to being an active member of the Madelia community and contributing to the growth and future development of Madelia.
Thank you to all who attended Farrish Johnson Law Office’s Business After Hours event last night at our Madelia office. We appreciate the support of the Madelia Chamber and its members. It was a great opportunity to meet community members and share some delicious appetizers from Madelia’s own La Plaza F!esta! and Sweet!Indeed. We are very proud to be a part of the Madelia community and strive to provide quality legal services to Madelia and the surrounding area. Thank you for your support! Delicious appetizers from La Plaza F!esta Seasonal cookies fresh from Sweet! Indeed
Farrish Johnson attorney Will Partridge acted as pro bono counsel in a lawsuit filed in federal court by the American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota. The lawsuit challenged Nobles County’s practice of holding undocumented persons pursuant to detainers placed on them by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) past the time they should have been released from State custody. In this case the plaintiff’s wife attempted to post bail on her husband’s relatively minor criminal charge. Nobles County refused to accept bail because her husband was subject to an ICE detainer. As a result, the lawsuit claimed that the plaintiff had...Read More
Attorneys and staff from Farrish Johnson Law Office will be at the Mankato 50+ Lifestyle Expo tomorrow, Tuesday, May 9 from 9am to 2pm at the Verizon Event Center. Paul Moosbrugger and Steve Fink will be available to answer your questions about estate planning, trusts, wills, probate, tax law, heath care directives, power of attorney and more. Farrish Johnson Law Office offers a comprehensive range of legal services and we look forward to see you at this exciting event!
Join us for Mankato Habitat for Humanity’s ribbon cutting ceremony with Greater Mankato Growth to celebrate the new ReStore, today, Friday, April 21 at 11:30 am. Enjoy a tour and refreshments following a brief ceremony. ReStore’s grand opening is today and tomorrow and you are invited to stop by!
Farrish Johnson Law Office in Madelia did not sustain any damage in the recent fire downtown. The building, client information and personnel are safe and secure. Regular business hours have resumed February 4. Our thoughts are with the businesses, families, and individuals affected by this tragedy in our community