Kirby C. Graff
Kirby Graff’s legal practice focuses primarily on civil litigation and creditor remedies. He is admitted to practice law in Minnesota and North Dakota state and federal district courts. As a litigator, Kirby has handled a variety of cases, involving arbitration, breach of contract, collections, commercial litigation, contracts for deed, construction defects, corporate disputes, debtor/creditor law, foreclosures, fraud, interference with contract, negligence non-compete agreements, nondisclosures, shareholder disputes, replevins, small claims/conciliation court, will contests and the like.
Kirby grew up in greater Minnesota and is a graduate of Dassel-Cokato High School. After high school, Kirby attended the University of North Dakota and spent a semester abroad in Norway before graduating. Kirby stayed in North Dakota for law school and graduated from the University of North Dakota School of Law. Along the way, he competed in numerous moot court events and was named to the Order of Barristers.
Kirby spent the first few years of his legal career in North Dakota serving as a Judicial Law Clerk for the judges of the North Central Judicial District in Minot, North Dakota and in private practice in Fargo, North Dakota. He then joined Sanford, Pierson, Thone & Strean.
Kirby is an active member of the Mound-Westonka Rotary Club and the Excelsior-Lake Minnetonka Chamber of Commerce (currently serving on the board of directors). When not in the office, Kirby enjoys spending time with his family, playing basketball and golf, metal-detecting, hunting, and fishing.
University of North Dakota (B.A., 2010)
University of North Dakota School of Law (J.D., 2013)
State Bar Association of North Dakota