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Mollie Teaster

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Mollie focuses her practice on corporate, business, employment, estate planning, real estate, and probate law. She is honest, amicable, and dedicated to providing her clients with sound and practical advice. Her clients rely on her versatility and unique problem-solving skills to lead them through difficult situations, and when necessary, to ready them for litigation. Mollie understands that important decisions need to be made quickly, which is why she is always available to provide guidance and to discuss any questions or concerns her clients may have. Mollie prides herself on advancing her client’s goals in an efficient, creative, and cost-effective manner. In estate planning matters, Mollie will work with you to put a plan into place that gives you piece of mind. If you already have estate planning documents in place, she can review them with and determine and make the necessary changes. It is important to know, that as part of your estate planning, your business interests (including succession planning) should be a part of your estate plan. Real estate means many things to different people. For you, your real estate might be your home, or a valuable asset, or the headquarters of your business, or your family cabin or recreational property. Mollie is here to assist when you buy and sell property, establish or terminate easements, clear title, register land, and resolve disputes over boundaries, ownership, or use. When a family member dies, you may be left wondering what to do. Mollie is here to help guide you through the process of administering the estate, manage conflicts among families and beneficiaries, and see the estate through to closing. For the more challenging conflicts that arise in probate, Mollie can litigate cases on behalf of personal representatives, beneficiaries, and other interested persons. Today’s workplace is a complex arena of specialized state and federal laws and regulations affecting all aspects of employee relations. Additionally, courts and administrative agencies produce countless decisions creating new relationships between employers and employees. This growth of law covers areas such as terminations, discrimination, pay and benefit requirements, leaves, labor practices, and unions, to name just a few. This has led to a rapid increase in the opportunity for lawsuits and enforcement actions. Mollie is here to provide legal advice and representation regarding any employment issues you may have. As a transplant from Tennessee, Mollie obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Maryville College in Maryville, Tennessee and her Juris Doctor from Mitchell Hamline School of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota. Prior to joining Smith, Paulson, O’Donnell & Erickson, PLC,