Bethany J. Cross
I enjoy spending my free time at the playground, the ball field or in gymnasiums watching my children participating in and engaging in their various activities, whether individually or with teammates. It is important for me to be their number one supporter.
It is equally important for me to teach my children the value of teamwork, problem solving, and collaboration. These simple life lessons have helped shape my legal practice. The most basic life lessons can assist in the most complex legal transactions.
Bethany concentrates her practice in the areas of:
- Business Law
- Real Estate Law
- Estate Planning
- Housing Law
A native of Bancroft, IA, Bethany graduated with a degree in legal studies. She obtained her law degree from the Mitchell Hamline College of Law where she was recognized on the Dean’s List and was the recipient of both the Wendy Watson Scholarship and the Warren A. Morrow Scholarship.
Prior to joining Rinke Noonan, Bethany’s experience included eight years as a paralegal for a renewable energy contractor.
Bethany is a board member for Anna Marie’s Alliance, current member of the Stearns Benton Bar Association, and volunteer with the St. Cloud Legal Clinic for Veterans. She is also involved with Minnesota Women Lawyers, St. Cloud Area Young Professionals, the Minnesota Multi Housing Association and the Central Minnesota Housing Association.
Corporate and Business Formation
Purchase and Sale of Business
Real Estate Law
Our attorneys have experience in all facets of landlord-tenant issues. We represent landlords with drafting leases, tenant disputes, eviction actions, repair claims, fair housing and fair housing complaints. We also represent management companies. The housing attorneys at Rinke Noonan have professional relationships with legal aid attorneys, the courts and other tenant advocates. We do not represent tenants.
We help our clients comply with the intricate regulations and laws surrounding the Violence Against Women Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Fair Housing Act and HUD regulations. Our landlord-tenant lawyers also counsel on issues related to criminal screening and assistance animals.
“”Thank you so much, you really jumped on this. I would definitely recommend you to many people.” ~ Ellen Berhane
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- Are My Tenants Required to Wear a Face Mask? - by Caleb Rannow
- Eviction Moratorium Update for Minnesota - by Caleb Rannow
- How Do I Choose a Guardian For My Children? - by Monique Halet
- Can I Get Unemployment Insurance if I’m Self-Employed? - by Aaron Sandvig
- A Guide to Estate Planning - by Bethany Cross
- When should I update my estate plan?
- How is property transferred at death?
- Probate: Truths vs. Myths
- Should something unexpected happen, who will handle your affairs?
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- Is your business considered critical?
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- SBA offers Low Interest Loans to businesses and non-profits affected by COVID-19 - by Eric Zumbach
- What Employers Need to Know About the Family First Act - by Roger Justin
- Can I Avoid Taxes by Moving to Another State? - by Monique Halet
- Can I Avoid Probate? - by Bethany Cross
- How is Bail Determined in Minnesota? - by Bethany Cross
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- How long does a personal injury trial last? - by Tonya Hinkemeyer
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