“My favorite words to hear from a client are ‘Thank You’. It means a lot to me to know that my clients appreciate my legal knowledge, support and dedication to their concerns.”
I graduated in 2005 from Hamline University School of Law, as a first year Merit Scholar and one of only three to be awarded the Minnesota Justice Foundation Scholarship. I earned her Bachelor of Science degrees in Business Management and Human Resources from Minnesota State University, Mankato in 2002.
I spent a year interning at Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services helping the underprivileged seek justice—including divorce, orders for protection, child custody, and evictions—as well as shaping her negotiation and courtroom skills.
Today, I practice law in several areas, including estate planning, probate, trust administration, elder law, business formation, contracts, and agricultural law.
I pride myself in making sure that estate planning clients are well represented utilizing various legal methods, including wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and more. I also works with many small businesses to help them develop their identity and farmers who want to ensure their land will transfer according to their wishes.
When it comes to my farming clients, I understand that to a farmer, land is more than dirt. Land is a home, a lifestyle and a living. Whether your land has been in your family for generations or you have recently acquired it, Omni will work with you to ensure that if something were to happen to you, the land will transfer according to your wishes.
Whatever the scenario and whoever the client, I focus on providing the care and trustworthy services my clients need.
“My goal is to make my all my clients feel comfortable when working with me. Whether I’m meeting with a family to create an estate plan, or drafting articles of incorporation for a small business owner, I make myself available to my clients at times and places that are convenient to them.”-Omni Kiecker
– Hamline University First year Merit Scholar.
– CALI award winner for Business Issues in Agriculture
– Recipient of a Minnesota Justice Foundation internship
– Community Presenter in the areas of Estate Planning and Family Law