Tarell A. Friedley has been in solo practice in Apple Valley, Minn. since 1997. The law firm of Tarell A. Friedley primarily focuses in closely held business succession planning, business enterprise strategic planning, organization, and development, including formation of business entities and operational planning.
The law firm represents closely held business enterprises and their owners in business transactions, real estate and banking transactions, succession planning, estate planning, and investment transactions.
The law firm also represents financial institutions in negotiating, structuring, and documenting relationships with closely held businesses, including preparation of business credit facility documentation and real estate development and redevelopment loan documentation and in loan workouts.
Mr. Friedley coordinates the efforts of entrepreneurs, their investors, accountants, financial planners, and other key participants in the formation, growth and continuation of new ventures.
Mr. Friedley is a Qualified Neutral under Rule 114 of the Minnesota General Rules of Practice. He has been an adjunct professor in the Advocacy Program at Mitchell Hamline School of Law for over twenty years and coaches high school Mock Trial.
Mr. Friedley is a 1985 graduate of William Mitchell College of Law (where he was Law Review Business Manager) and earned his B.A. at Southwest State University in Marshall, Minn. He teaches in the Advocacy program.