Claudia practices in the areas of taxation, estate planning, probates and trusts, elder law, guardianships, business law and succession planning, real estate transactions, and family law.  She is also a Certified Public Accountant.

Prior to practicing law, Claudia worked in a large regional accounting firm, doing tax compliance, tax planning, and litigation support.  

Claudia earned her B.A. degree in accounting from the College of St. Catherine and her J.D. degree from William Mitchell College of Law. She is also admitted to practice before the United States Tax Court. 

She is a member of the Minnesota State and Stearns-Benton bar associations, the Minnesota Society of Certified Public Accountants, and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.  Claudia is a member of and past president of the Central Minnesota Estate Planning Council, Junior Achievement volunteer and board member (and past chair), a past member of the All Saints Academy board of directors, and a volunteer with the Minnesota State Bar’s Wills for Heroes Program.

Claudia has presented at the following continuing education seminars:

  • Special and Supplemental Needs Trusts and Caregiver Agreements (Central MN Estate Planning Council: April 2015)
  • Representing Clients in Tax Controversy matters (Central MN Women Lawyers: March 2015)
  • Representing the Fiduciary with IRS and Minnesota Revenue Tax Controversies (Probate & Trust Law Section Conference: June 2013)
  • Estate Administration Series (National Business Institute: 2011)
  • 7 Things Every Family Lawyer Should Know About Taxes and the IRS (Family Law Institute: March 2009; and Highlights of the Family Law Institute: August 2009)
  • The Probate Process from Start to Finish (National Business Institute: 2008)
  • Adjusting for Divorce: The Estate Planning Way (Central MN Estate Planning Council: 2008)
  • A Roadmap Through Divorce Proceedings (National Business Institute: December 2008)
  • Getting the Most out of Individual Income Tax Returns (Stearns/Benton Bar Association, Family Law Section: July 2007)
  • Tax Issues in Divorce Proceedings (Hennepin County Bar Association: September 2003)


  • Divorcing a Tax Cheat: Now What? (published in the Minnesota Bar’s Family Law Forum: Spring 2010)

Phone:         320.258.9383

​Email:           email me

Claudia M. Revermann


1623 Division Street

Waite Park, MN 56387