Burgum Law firm merges with Ohnstad Twichell
Delvin J. Losing has joined Ohnstad Twichell Law Firm P.C., West Fargo, as a shareholder and practicing attorney, following the merger of Burgum Law Firm P.C., Casselton, and the Ohnstad Twichell firm, West Fargo, effective July 1.
Losing has been associated with the Burgum Law Firm since 2002, practicing with attorney Brad Burgum until Brad's unexpected death in February of this year.
Losing is a Jamestown native who graduated from the University of North Dakota School of Law. Following law school, he clerked for Chief Justice Gerald W. Vandewalle of the North Dakota Supreme Court and North Dakota Federal Magistrate Judge Karen K. Klein.
Licensed to practice in both North Dakota and Minnesota, Losing's primary practice areas are real estate, estate planning, probate, elder law, and municipal law. He also serves as city attorney for the communities of Casselton, Arthur and Buffalo.
Losing is also involved in a variety of professional endeavors as a member of the Cass County Bar Association, State Bar Association of North Dakota, Minnesota State Bar Association, the Red River Estate Planning Council and is current president of the Casselton Business Association.
Losing said he is excited about the merger with Ohnstad Twichell and the increased client opportunities it will provide.
Founded in 1939, Ohnstad Twichell is a full-service law firm offering expertise in civil and criminal litigation, estate planning, probate, real estate, employment law, family law, elder law, municipal law and bonding, farm foreclosure workouts, corporate law, water and mineral rights and taxation.
Attorneys from the West Fargo Ohnstad Twichell office will be interacting with the Casselton operation, complementing the wide range of services already offered there.
"This merger seemed like a really good fit for both of us," Losing said. "Combining resources with Ohnstad Twichell allows our office in Casselton to offer more services than ever before and to connect to expertise in many different areas of the law. Members of the Burgum and the Ohnstad Twichell firms have been friendly competitors for a long time and have had a mutual respect for one another. Now we will be working on the same team to better serve our clients."
Employees at the Casselton office also include Kim Olson, paralegal, and Wanda Haugen, secretary-receptionist.
To better acquaint clients and residents with the new Ohnstad Twichell Law Firm in Casselton everyone is invited to a special Open House set for Thursday, July 15, from 3:30 to 7 p.m. in their location at 746 Front Street. Hamburgers, hot dogs and refreshments will be served and those attending will have the opportunity to meet Ohnstad Twichell attorneys and staff.
Regular business hours at the Casselton location are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Inquiries can be made or appointments arranged by calling 701-347-4652.
In addition to the West Fargo and Casselton locations, Ohnstad Twichell also maintains offices in Hillsboro and Page.