When you seek the advice of a legal professional, you need to work with an attorney who truly listens to your needs and concerns, following through with a plan of action that fits your specific situation.
At Geisler Law, PLLC, we proudly serve individuals, families and organizations facing a wide range of estate planning and business law issues, providing unmatched personal attention to each and every person who walks through our doors.
When people work with Jess Geisler and Geisler Law, PLLC, they are often pleasantly surprised at the level of personal attention and custom-tailored guidance they receive when it comes to estate planning, probate, business law and related legal issues. We bring a fresh perspective to the law, focusing on building strong partnerships with our clients that last for the long run, thus differentiating ourselves from other firms in the Twin Cities area. When you need to tackle a range of legal issues related to your estate or business, turn to Geisler Law.
A proficient attorney who makes you a true partner as we solve your legal challenges together.
Jess Geisler is the managing partner of Geisler Law, PLLC, a respected law firm serving individuals, families and business owners across the Minneapolis area. Ms. Geisler is a different type of lawyer, priding herself on offering the most responsive service and personal attention possible. She views her clients as true partners and focuses on building long-term relationships with them. She is extremely passionate about helping people with a wide range of legal issues related to their businesses or the estate planning and probate processes.
Legal Guidance You Can Depend on for Estate Planning and Probate in Minneapolis
Setting up estate plans that protect you and your loved ones
You are working hard to build and preserve your personal wealth, and you deserve to have the ability to transfer your assets and property to your loved ones without excessive challenges and taxes.
A Custom-Tailored Approach to Business Law in the Twin Cities
The legal guidance you need to keep your business moving forward
If you own or operate a small business, there are a number of legal issues you may need to address, including business formation, transfer of ownership, contracts and much more.