Well-Known Twin Cities Family Law Attorney R. Leigh Frost Joins DeWitt LLP

Aug 23, 2021 | Michelle M. Friedman

GREEN BAY | MADISON | MILWAUKEE | MINNEAPOLIS – Today DeWitt LLP announced R. Leigh Frost joined the firm’s Minneapolis office as a partner in its Family Law practice group.

She has more than 20 years of experience dealing with a range of family law issues.  Frost advises clients throughout the Twin Cities and surrounding areas on matters including divorce, child support, custody and visitation and spousal maintenance issues.  She earned a J.D. from William Mitchell College of Law and a B.A. from the University of Minnesota.

Frost’s affiliations include being a Volunteer with the Tubman Safety Project, a Presenter and Author, for the Minnesota Continuing Legal Education, including the – Family Law Institute, and a member of the Minnesota State Bar Association, Hennepin County Bar Association, Amdahl Inns of Court, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts and Woman’s Club of Minneapolis.  She has been recognized the Tubman Safety Project as a Family Law Attorney of the Year (2018), by Super Lawyers in 2020 and 2021 for her Family Law experience, and by the Minnesota State Bar Association as a North Star Lawyer 2012 – present.


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Michelle joined DeWitt in January 2011 as the Director of Marketing and is responsible for the marketing, public relations, and business development efforts of the firm. For more information please contact Michelle Friedman by phone at 262.754.2877.

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