George H. Hanson


Agricultural Law, Business Law, Consumer Credit, Corporate Law, Debtor and Creditor, Education law, Eminent Domain, General Practice and Litigation, Personal Injury, Probate, Real Estate, Taxation, Trusts and Estates, Water Law and Wills.


B.S., Iowa State University; Juris Doctorate, University of North Dakota, with distinction, 2011.



  • Minnesota State Bar Association, 2012

  • North Dakota State Bar Association, 2012



Minnesota State Bar Association, Minnesota School Boards Association, Minnesota Rural Education Association, Kittson County Economic Development Authority.

George received his J.D., with distinction, from the University of North Dakota School of Law in 2011 and is licensed to practice in the state of Minnesota and North Dakota. His undergraduate studies focused on agriculture, he earned a B.S. in Animal Science from Iowa State University. A lifelong resident of Kittson County, George was raised in Hallock, MN, and graduated from Kittson Central High School. He is active in a number of community organizations and has served on the Lancaster Public School Board and the Kittson County Economic Deveopment Authority. He is also a member of Lancaster Covenant Church.

Prior to law school, George worked for a large integrated livestock producer and on the family farm. He continues to farm on a small scale. Agriculture has always been a part of George's life and he understands the complex issues faced by farmers today. George is ready to assist clients in farmland sales and purchases, conservation reserve programs, wetland and drainage issues, farm leases, easement or zoning issues, agricultural estate planning, eminent domain, hunting leases, and mineral and wind power issues.

In addition to agriculture, George has broad experience in the greenhouse, nursery, and horticulture fields. He also has worked in manufacturing, government service contracting, and large-scale supply management. George and his wife, Heather, enjoy farming and raising their family on their homestead near the Canadian border in rural Lancaster, MN.