Fueled by her passion for helping people, Kirsten decided as early as 6th grade to become a lawyer. An avid fan of debate and rhetoric, Kirsten enjoys using her gift of gab to improve the lives of others. Above all, Kirsten strives to have a positive impact on every one of her clients.
She has experience handling divorce, child support, along with child custody and placement.
After graduating Cum Laude from Marquette University Law School, she worked as a staff attorney at the Legal Action of Wisconsin where she provided free legal services to low-income individuals. After that, she was the Assistant Child Support Attorney for Winnebago County and focused heavily on all aspects of child support.
Now, Kirsten is excited to join the innovative team at Sterling Law Offices and practice Family Law full time. The ability to help families been a particular career goal and highlight and is a responsibility she doesn't take lightly.
Beyond her experience handling divorce, child custody and support and other Family Law issues, Kirsten knows the emotional toll of divorce personally. After marrying her high school sweetheart she got a divorce after 10 years and is a single mother of a wonderful son. When Kirsten buckles down to help someone, she approaches it as someone who's weathered the storm herself.
As a lawyer, Kirsten constantly aims to challenge herself. For her, there's nothing like the feeling of elation after winning a case and getting a positive result for a client.
Outside of law, Kirsten is an avid lover of all things Wisconsin: Packers, cheese, and the beautiful scenery (especially in the Fall). She also loves every moment she gets to spend with her son, who she recently took to Disneyland for the first time. Her favorite part of the trip was seeing him experience the magic.
- Marquette University Law School
- Southwestern University
- B.A. | Elementary Education
- Sterling Law Offices
- State Bar of Wisconsin # 1073957
- Wisconsin Court System
- Credit Cards Accepted
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