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Abby D. Theisen

Abby-Theisen@mennlaw.com

Areas of Practice

Family Law, Divorce/Separation

Abby is a Fox Valley native who is proud to practice law in her hometown due to the strong sense of community throughout the region. She possesses a dedicated work ethic she learned while growing up in the Valley. Her decision to focus on Family Law enables her to act as a committed advocate for her clients who often seek her representation while involved in confusing and stressful situations.

Abby’s role as an attorney is to ensure her clients receive a fair and just outcome to their case as she guides them through the legal process and keeps them fully informed at all times. She recognizes that the legal system can be confusing, so she strives to make certain her clients fully understand and are involved in each step of their case. Family Law often involves strong emotional issues and Abby feels she can make a difference for her clients by achieving positive outcomes to difficult situations. She possesses excellent listening skills and is detailed in her approach to the legal system.

Abby focuses her practice on all forms of Family Law, including divorce/legal separation, child custody and placement, child support, maintenance, property division, paternity and guardianships.  Abby is a Shareholder at Menn Law Firm.

Admitted To Practice

State of Wisconsin

Professional Association Memberships

State Bar of Wisconsin
American Bar Association
Outagamie County Bar Association
Winnebago County Bar Association
Fox Valley Young Lawyers Association

Activities / Achievements

newVoices, formerly White Heron Chorale, Board of Directors
Legal Self-Help Center – Outagamie County

Education

St. Norbert College, BA, summa cum laude, 2004
William Mitchell College of Law, JD, cum laude, 2007

Statement

“I don’t stop advocating on behalf of my clients until the job is completely done. When it is, it is personally satisfying that I helped someone through difficult times and changed their lives.”