b'Team NewsMidwest Real Estate News &Barnett AmongLists Moss Two New Lawyers Join Our Team Top Law Firms for 2022Moss & Barnett is pleased to announce that, for the fifth Midwest Real EstateWe are honored to be recognized byconsecutive year, Midwest Real Estate News named the firmNews Debra M. Bulluck is a member of Moss & Barnetts FamilyDebra M. Bulluck among the top regional law firms for real estate in 2022. as one of the leading real estate law firms in the Law team. She is committed to compassionate advocacyMidwest. We are grateful for the many relationships that and assists and strategizes with clients to develop creative612-877-5348 Each year, Midwest Real Estate News issues its Best of the Bestprovide us with the opportunity to work on challenging and effective solutions to complex family matters, includingDebra.Bulluck@lawmoss.com edition, which ranks the industrys top law firms from 14and exciting transactions throughout the region. dissolution proceedings, paternity, custody, parenting time,Family LawMidwestern states. Selection is based on the number of real estate child support, spousal maintenance, orders for protection,transactions that occurred in the previous years within those states. -Tim Gustin, Chair, Moss & Barnett Real Estate Groupdistribution of marital assets and debts, and the many other issues today\'s families face. Prior to joining Moss & Barnett, Debra clerked for the Honorable Mary Madden in the Fourth Judicial District, Hennepin County Family Court, Making the Season Bright for Families of the Nonprofit and she served as the Legal Assistance for Victims Project Attorney at Standpoint, providing holistic legal services to"Breaking Free"survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Debra received her J.D. from the University of Wyoming College of Law andThis holiday seasonand for the past ten yearsthe women her B.A. from Berea College. lawyers of Moss & Barnett adopted families who are in the Womens Program at the nonprofit Breaking Free. Breaking Free helps hundreds of women escape systems of prostitution and sexual exploitation through advocacy, direct services, Madeline E. Davis is a member of Moss & BarnettsMadeline E. Davis housing, and education. Our lawyers purchase and wrap gifts Litigation and Construction Law teams. She has experience612-877-5338 and gift cards to fulfill each family\'s wish list, ensuring these in all phases of construction litigation, including draftingfamilies have a joyful holiday season. Moss & Barnett employees and negotiating construction contracts, pre-litigation riskMadeline.Davis@lawmoss.com donate their time and various personal care items to Breaking assessment, construction defect claims, jobsite accidents,LitigationFree throughout the year. To learn more about Breaking Free, delay and acceleration claims, mechanics liens, insuranceConstruction law visit breakingfree.net.coverage disputes, and procurement issues. Madeline also has significant mediation, arbitration, and trial experience. Breaking Free provides a comprehensive response to the Madeline received her J.D., cum laude, from Mitchellcomplex problem of sex trafficking by providing services Hamline School of Law and her B.A. from the University of and housing to the victims, educating law enforcement and Minnesota-Twin Cities. the judicial system, and raising public awareness. SupportingBreaking Free aids in the prevention of trafficking and implementing long-term social change.Pictured from left to right: Moss & Barnett attorneys Maddie Brase, April Will, -Jana Aune Deach, Moss & Barnett Director Sara Filo, Jill Strodthoff, and Leah DeGrazia6 7'