AARON M. BROOKSBY
“I believe success often hinges on how well-prepared we are, but we often deal with situations we didn’t prepare for. My clients deserve to be informed of all their options so they can be well-prepared. When the unexpected happens, it’s not always about telling clients what they want to hear. It’s about providing them with honest and practical advice so that they can make the best of their situation. My goal is to provide my clients with support and advise to be successful with whatever comes their way.”
Aaron’s clients, whether they be an HOA, homeowner, business owner, or investor, can expect personalized attention and tailored legal strategies designed to meet their individual needs. With a track record of success and a commitment to excellence, Aaron is dedicated to providing clients with the quality legal services they need to achieve their goals.
Aaron is passionate about resolving conflicts and developing ongoing, constructive relationships. During his time in law school, Aaron was a member of the Dispute Resolution Institute at Mitchell Hamline School of Law, where he focused on a wide range of dispute resolution issues, including the psychology of conflict resolution, organizational conflict management, international arbitration, and conflict arising out of religious traditions.
He practices in the following areas:
- Community Association Law
- Community Association Collections
- Real Estate Transactions
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
Aaron’s time outside of work is spent enjoying the company of his wife and daughters. In his free time, he enjoys fishing, tinkering with cars, and volunteering at his church.
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