“Nick’s thoroughness, knowledge of estate planning laws and level of detail is incredibly impressive. Most farmers and ranchers have not been through a review of their estate plan and so the experience can be quite intimidating. Nick and his team offer thorough advice and add comments so clients feel comfortable.”
“I have been very satisfied with Mr. Heydt’s work and services. He gave us excellent advice and when my husband passed away, I continued to receive help from him to work through the estate process. He led me through until the end and helped me to understand everything and get things accomplished in a timely fashion.”
“I am very satisfied with Nick’s professionalism and promptness of getting the work done. He was very honest when working with us and was able to get our work done within a few days. I know everyone in the office works very hard.”
“I trust and depend on Nick for legal and estate planning issues. Nick communicates well with clients of all ages. He uses easy to understand language in conversation and listens to clients as they describe their needs and or wants.”
Nick travels regionally and focuses his law
practice in estate planning, probate law, real
estate law, land use law, business succession,
real estate law, agricultural law and
business/corporate law. Nick represents a
variety of clients, including individuals, title
companies, banks, cities, counties, employers,
businesses and farming families. Nick is
intricately involved in drafting complex estate
plans and business succession plans,
including the formation of family trusts and
limited liability companies, corporations and
partnerships, in addition to drafting insurance
Minnesota Law and Politics Magazine named
Nick a “Rising Star” five years in a row, an
incredible honor named to attorneys.
Professionally, he currently serves as the Chair
of the 7th District Fee Dispute Arbitration
Nick grew up in Alexandria, Minnesota and
enjoys practicing law in the lakes area.
He graduated with honors from St. Cloud State University with an undergraduate degree in Political Science. Nick earned his Juris Doctorate from William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul and is licensed to practice in state and federal courts in Minnesota and North Dakota.
Nick is active in the community and currently serves on the Alexandria Area Habitat for Humanity board and the Alexandria Housing Redevelopment Authority board as well as participates in his church. Nick and his wife, Jennifer, and four children reside in the Alexandria area. Nick's interests include spending time with family, running, basketball, reading, and woodworking.
Nick serves both the Fergus Falls and Alexandria offices, as well as travels across the mid-State and North Dakota region, meeting with clients on their estate planning and business succession needs.