Our attorneys are supported by highly experienced paralegals and support staff. Our tight-knit firm seeks to exceed our clients’ expectations, with a great deal of integrity, empathy and legal acumen.
Leanne M. Bobleter is a paralegal who assists clients throughout their case with the initial preparation of correspondence, pleadings, discovery requests, affidavits, budgets, balance sheets, orders, stipulations, pretrial and trial documents.
Leanne graduated with honors from North Hennepin Community College, earning an Associate’s Degree and Paralegal Certificate. She is a proud member of Phi Theta Kappa. Leanne has worked as a paralegal since 1999.
When she is not working, Leanne enjoys spending quality time with her husband, three adult daughters, and two dogs. Leanne finds relaxation at the cabin, boating, gardening and cooking large meals for friends and family. An avid reader, Leanne collects cookbooks – her favorite being those that old tattered pages, with nostalgic handwritten notes.
Pam Martin is a paralegal with extensive family law experience. She has worked for a number of the most respected family firms in Minnesota over the last 18 years.
Pam earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Grand View College, and her Paralegal Certificate from the Minnesota Paralegal Institute. She is a member of the Minnesota Paralegal Association and the National Federation of Paralegal Associations.
In her spare time, Pam enjoys taking her dog (Toby) to the park, biking, movies, going for walks, reading, spending time with friends, and shooting hoops with her son.
Madelyn Norlander is a legal assistant with our firm. She is a kind initial point of contact for those who call the office. In addition, she supports our lawyers and paralegals in a multitude of ways – including scheduling, file organization, assisting in court hearings, and making guests feel welcome.
Madelyn completed her two-year paralegal degree from North Hennepin Community College as a PSEO student. She is currently enrolled at Concordia University, working toward a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. She hopes to go to law school when she graduates.
Outside of work, Madelyn enjoys traveling, hiking, drawing, and spending time with family, friends, and her small dog.