Kimberly Prchal

Kimberly Prchal

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Estate Planning & Probate Attorney in Prior Lake, MN

Blahnik Prchal & Stoll
 | 4617 Colorado St SE, Prior Lake, MN 55372
Phone: 952-447-4424
Fax: 952-447-4424
Selected To Rising Stars: 2019 - 2021
Licensed Since: 2013
Practice Areas:
  • Estate Planning & Probate (70%),
  • Estate & Trust Litigation (20%),
  • Real Estate: Consumer (10%)
    Attorney Profile

    Kimberly A. Prchal is a skilled attorney with a proficiency in estate planning, probate, and estate administration. Kim also handles matters of family law, guardianships, conservatorships, civil commitments, landlord-tenant matters, business start-ups, real estate, and civil litigation.

    Born and raised in the Prior Lake area, Kim graduated from Prior Lake High School and received her Juris Doctor degree magna cum laude from the University of Minnesota Law School and is a member of the Minnesota Bar Association. Kim is also an active member of the Prior Lake community. She serves on the Board of Directors as Past-Chair for the Prior Lake Chamber of Commerce and serves as Vice-Chair of the Business Engagement Committee for the City of Prior Lake. She also volunteers as a Junior Achievement teacher and with Wills For Heroes, a program through the Minnesota Bar Association. Kim has been a regular presenter for Minnesota CLE, teaching at both the Probate and Trust Law Conference and the Real Estate Institute.

    About Kimberly Prchal

    Admitted: 2013, Minnesota

    Professional Webpage: https://www.bpslawoffice.com/kim

    Honors/Awards:

    • Presented by:  Prior Lake Chamber of Commerce, Business Person of the Year, Prior Lake Chamber of Commerce, 2018

    Pro bono/Community Service:

    • Prior Lake Chamber of Commerce, Past Chair, 2019
    • Prior Lake Chamber of Commerce, Board Chair, 2018
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    Office Location for Kimberly Prchal

    4617 Colorado St SE
    Prior Lake, MN 55372

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    Last Updated: 1/8/2021

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