Amy Mason - Attorney
Amy practices in the areas of civil litigation, probate, guardianship and conservatorship, trust and estate disputes, and family law. In addition, Amy is currently the Vice-President of the 19th district of the Minnesota State Bar Association, and a board member of the St. Croix Montessori School.
Amy's passion is advocacy. She creates close, confidential relationships with her clients and helps them navigate the legal process. She is always analyzing the best way to get a matter resolved as efficiently and painlessly as possible. She appreciates the importance of these matters for her clients, whether it is a business dispute involving a contract interpretation or a personal dispute between estranged siblings.
After graduating from the University of Wisconsin Law School in 2005 in the top ten percent of her class and Order of the Coif, Amy was fortunate to begin her practice at one of the pre-eminent law firms in Minneapolis, Lindquist & Vennum (Now Ballard Spahr). Her time at Lindquist exposed her to complicated matters that she was able to work on with attorneys with sharp legal minds. She feels this experience was invaluable to her own development as an attorney.
After leaving Lindquist in 2012, Amy had a solo practice for seven years, until joining Miller & Stevens in 2019. Although she has been practicing since 2005, Amy feels that one of the best parts of being an attorney is that you never stop growing and learning with the practice and with the clients you have the pleasure to represent. She is always honored to be brought into a matter by a client and entrusted with their current legal needs. Amy welcomes your calls and emails!
- Civil Litigation
- Guardianship and Conservatorship
- Trust and Estate Disputes
- Family Law
- University of Minnesota, B.A., 1995
- University of Wisconsin-Madison, J.D., 2005
Honors: Magna Cum Laude, Order of the Coif
- Vice-President of the 19th District of the Minnesota State Bar Association
- Minnesota State Bar, Admitted 2005
- Minnesota Federal District Court, Admitted 2005
- Minnesota State Bar Association
- Washington County Bar Association