A unified, collaborative team delivering
legal solutions for exceptional client satisfaction

Company Values

 Integrity

To be honest, ethical, and trustworthy in our actions.

Respect

To fully understand and honor our family, peers, and community.

Community

To be immersed in the circumstances affecting those around us.

 Excellence

To pursue delivery of outstanding results in all we are a part of.

Team-Oriented

To work together in order to create the best final outcome.
Ohnstad Twichell Real Estate Law West Fargo Moorhead Page North Dakota

Our History

The law firm of Ohnstad Twichell, P.C., was founded in 1939, by Manfred R. Ohnstad.  In 1955, the firm partnered with Daniel R. Twichell, and the name has remained since then.  The firm has deep roots in the Red River Valley, with offices in Casselton, Hillsboro, Page and West Fargo, ND.

Ohnstad Twichell has grown to become one of the largest law firms in the region, yet continues to remain committed to its core values:  Integrity, respect, teamwork, communication, and excellence.  As the firm grows, its employees remain anchored to its core values to provide clients exceptional legal service in a number of practice areas.

The staff at Ohnstad Twichell are a team of dedicated and talented professionals committed to improving the lives of their clients and creating strong communities by providing custom legal solutions with integrity and excellence.

With the move of its West Fargo office to the new location at 444 Sheyenne Street in West Fargo, Ohnstad Twichell is poised for future growth, and remains the community-minded law firm that provides personalized, broad-ranging legal services that meet the needs of its clients.

OUR MISSION

Committed to improving lives and creating strong communities by providing custom legal solutions with integrity and excellence through dedicated and talented professionals.

February 19, 2021 in Estate Planning/Will Preparation

An Efficient Estate: Avoiding Probate

Every person who passes away dies with an “estate,” consisting of their worldly goods and possessions. However, not every person needs to have a probate.  Probate comes from the Latin…
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January 29, 2021 in Real Estate Law

Three Common Questions When Conveying Title

1. Why does a deed need to include my marital status when I am trying to convey property? From a public policy perspective, no one wanted a situation where the…
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January 20, 2021 in Business/Corporate Law, News

Better Business Roundtable Featuring Corporate Attorney Tyler J. Leverington

AM1100 THE FLAG Succession planning was the topic on this week's episode of the Better Business Roundtable with special guests: Tyler Leverington - Corporate Attorney at Ohnstad Twichell Law Firm Chad Flanagan - Partner-in-Charge…
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