Blahnik, Prchal & Stoll, PLLC - Attorneys
Prior Lake Attorneys


Get to Know Kim Prchal

Kimberly Prchal is a partner at Blahnik, Prchal & Stoll, PLLC.  Kim practices primarily in the areas of estate planning, probate, and estate administration, guardianships/conservatorships, and civil commitments.  Kim also practices in the areas of landlord-tenant matters, business start-ups, real estate, and civil litigation.  Kim received her Juris Doctor degree magna cum laude from the University of Minnesota Law School in May of 2013.  Prior to attending law school, Kim was a case manager for Arizona's Child Protective Services division in Phoenix, Arizona.

Kim is an active member of her community in Prior Lake.  Kim sits on the Board of Directors for the Prior Lake Chamber of Commerce.  She also serves as vice-chair of the Prior Lake Business Engagement Committee.  She is a member of the Minnesota Bar Association, and has presented on various topics at Minnesota CLE, the Probate and Trust Law Conference, as well as the Real Estate Institute.  Kim also volunteers as a Junior Achievement teacher for elementary students in Prior Lake. 

Kim Prchal |

Kim Prchal |

Kim was born in Farmington, Minnesota.  She grew up in the Burnsville-Prior Lake area and graduated from Prior Lake High School.  After graduating from the University of Minnesota, Kim moved to Arizona where she resided for four years; and then moved back to Minnesota to finish law school.  Kim enjoys reading, gardening, wine and food-tasting, coffee shops, spending time with family & friends, but most of all spending time with her husband Eric, their two kids Easton and Lincoln Claire.


  • New Lawyer Panel, Probate and Trust Law Conference, 2016-present

  • Transfer on Death Deeds and Partition Actions, Probate and Trust Law Conference, 2017 (with Charles ‘Huck’ Andresen)

  • Estate Planning and TODDS: Is it a Good Idea?  Going Beyond TODD Basics to Explore Unintended Consequences, Real Estate Institute, 2017 (w/Jamie Held)

  • Probate and Trust Disputes, Tactical Considerations in Commencing a Case: Pleadings, Initial Hearings, and Scheduling, Minnesota CLE, 2018


  • 2018 Business Person of the Year (Prior Lake Chamber of Commerce)


  • Prior Lake Chamber of Commerce Board Member (Chair 2018) Dec. 2014 - present

  • Business Engagement Committee (Chair 2018) Dec. 2014 – present

  • Junior Achievement Teacher March 2013 – present


  • Prior Lake Chamber of Commerce


  • Minnesota State Bar

  • Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Tribal Court