MyLeah Wiedmann is a Staff Attorney focusing in the areas of Wealth Planning and Administration, Trusts and Estates, Conservatorships and Guardianships, and Wealth Disputes. Prior to joining Robins Kaplan LLP, MyLeah practiced at a law firm in Eagan, Minnesota, during which time she became skilled at handling a variety of cases. In assisting clients to navigate life’s unexpected challenges and achieve new goals, she saw how critical it is for an attorney to connect with and understand the unique needs of each individual client and their family members. MyLeah appreciates every opportunity to address client’s questions and concerns so that they become informed, comfortable, and ready to choose the best path forward. She strives to always be a resource to clients.
MyLeah previously worked as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Robert A. Awsumb in Ramsey County District Court in Minnesota. While working for the court, she handled a variety of cases with complex substantive law and procedural issues and gained intense research and writing experience. Most importantly, her clerkship gave her an “insider’s view” of legal advocacy from a judge’s point of view. MyLeah has also previously worked as paralegal, a court clerk for Wright and Ramsey County District Courts, held an externship at the ACLU, and interned at the Department of Homeland Security – Office of Chief Counsel.
MyLeah has always been passionate about helping people, especially children. She graduated from the University of Minnesota with a major in Youth Studies.
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