MARGARET V. KAISER
Margaret V. Kaiser
Margaret “Maggie” Kaiser represents individuals across Western Wisconsin in estate planning, guardianship, adoption, and Social Security disability matters. Whether you are a young family getting an estate plan ready “just in case” or a disabled worker who has been denied disability, Maggie will provide comprehensive services to protect what matters most to you. She brings knowledge, compassion, and professionalism to all her matters and strives to offer the best service possible.
Maggie also regularly serves as guardian ad litem in family law, personal injury, and guardianship matters. Maggie’s social work background uniquely equips her to understand and thoroughly investigate all relevant issues in making GAL recommendations. Grounded in the fundamental need to understand each unique family system, Maggie uses problem solving to help parents come to resolution and avoid litigation when possible.
Maggie’s breadth of practice allows her to view your family’s situation from all angles and provide comprehensive solutions. She is skilled at representing clients in the courtroom and by preparing estate plans, so she is ready to help you and your family in either capacity.
Maggie was an inaugural recipient of the Belle Case La Follette Award from the Wisconsin Law Foundation and has served as faculty for the guardian ad litem section for the lawyering skills course at UW-Madison Law School for many years.
In addition to her practice at Willow River Law, Maggie provides pro bono legal services for Turningpoint for Victims of Domestic and Sexual Violence, organizes Wills for Heroes (through the St. Croix Valley Bar Association), and volunteers at the St. Croix County Free Clinic. In her free time, taking her family at the library and the YMCA, visiting with friends and relatives, and cooking.
EDUCATION: University Of Wisconsin Law School
Juris Doctor • University Of Wisconsin