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Patrick C. Galles

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Bio:
Patrick C. Galles has been a partner at Correll, Sheerer, Benson, Engels, Galles & Demro, P.L.C. since January 1997. Patís practice emphasizes the formation of business entities and selecting the correct entity type. In addition, he represents a wide variety of business clients from newly formed entities to established enterprises, counseling them on contract issues, merger and or consolidation issues. He also handles civil litigation related to corporate existence, collection matters, the purchase or sale of business entities including the selection of the proper format for such sale or purchase. Pat also handles litigation related to real estate such as construction matters, disputes concerning real estate disclosure upon sale or transfer, foreclosure related matters for both individual and corporate clients.
Education and Admissions:
B.A., University of Iowa, 1984
J.D., Creighton University, 1987
Admitted to Iowa Bar 1987
Also admitted to practice before the
    U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Iowa, and
    U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Iowa
Professional Affiliations:
Iowa State Bar Association
Black Hawk County Bar Association
Iowa Title Guaranty
Northern District of Iowa
Southern District of Iowa
Community Activities:
Coached soccer for Cedar Valley Youth Soccer Association
Baseball coach for Iowa Baseball League
Assist with Junior Golf
Assist with numerous field trips and activities through the Cedar Falls School
Personal Interests:
All outdoor activities
Hunting
Fishing
Golfing
Boating
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