Thoughtful Business And Real Estate Counsel

Investors and owners of small and midsized businesses are part of what helps a community thrive. Part of their success involves building an enterprise on a solid legal foundation. If you are a business owner or real estate developer or are interested in forming a new business entity, make sure you have a go-to legal adviser throughout the process.

The Experience And Business Acumen To Get The Job Done

At Hedeen Hughes & Wetering, we are long-standing advocates for the local business and real estate community. Our firm was founded in 1923 and has since been known for quality legal counsel provided with personal attention and service.

When you work with us, you get a team of qualified and reliable attorneys you can turn to for a single business transaction or for ongoing counsel as the need arises. Everyone on our team, from our professional support staff to our managing partners, has decades of experience in business and commercial transactions and litigation. You can trust that when you call us, you will be speaking with someone who can answer your questions and move your case forward efficiently.

How We Can Help You

We handle a wide range of business and commercial law matters, including:

  • Business entity selection and formation (e.g., setting up a limited liability company, or LLC, that limits your personal liability in business ownership)
  • Tax planning to minimize taxes on your business
  • Drafting, negotiating, reviewing and amending business contracts and agreements
  • Establishing partnerships
  • Family-owned businesses and succession planning
  • Developing shareholder agreements and share distribution plans
  • Financing and advisory services for obtaining low-interest loans
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Breach of contract and contract litigation
  • Representation before regulatory planning and zoning boards
  • Municipal law as it relates to business formation and management

We also have exceptional experience in real estate transactions and disputes that involve:

  • Residential real estate
  • Commercial real estate
  • Easements and prescriptive easements
  • Boundary disputes
  • Construction defects
  • Financing matters
  • Setting up a business entity for real estate management
  • Residential and commercial leasing
  • Land use and zoning

Contact Our Office For More Information

From our office in Worthington, Minnesota, we work with clients throughout southwestern Minnesota, northwestern Iowa and southeastern South Dakota. Contact us via email or by telephone at 507-295-0115 to arrange a consultation with an experienced lawyer.