My practice centers on serving clients and their individual needs as they progress through life. This includes helping people with juvenile and child custody and support, divorce, purchasing real estate, planning for retirement, and wealth transfer. My goal is to help people solve problems at a reasonable cost.
Being a small town lawyer means educating, counseling, and litigating on the law’s purpose, applying it to people’s lives, settling disputes, and when necessary seeking justice through the courts.
I have continued to find that people want their lawyer to treat them as a person, not just a client. Whether you are charged with a crime, find yourself in a divorce, or are trying to help your parents manage their affairs, you need a lawyer who you can trust to not only know the law but who can apply the law to your individual situation.
My commitment to serving and helping others extends to community affairs, including the following: active member of the St. Dominic’s Church (member and trustee); the Northfield Lions; and the Northfield Area Chamber of Commerce; Past-president of the Northfield Arts Guild and the Northfield Area Chamber of Commerce; and a Board Member for both the Girl Scouts and Historical Society.
William Mitchell College of Law (JD, 1988)
University of Saint Thomas (BA, 1981)
Minnesota – State Bar (1988)
|MN||Authorized to practice||1988||10/08/2019|
|Attorney||Grundhoefer and Ludescher||1989 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Northfield City Council||City Council||2013 - 2013|
|William Mitchell College of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1988|
|St Thomas University||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1981|
|Win on appeal||Won the appeal|
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