Victoria M.B. Taylor is an experienced family law attorney with experience working with clients from every corner of the state and many different backgrounds. Victoria brings a unique perspective to her work with families and individuals going through hard times and difficult situations.
Victoria's approach to the practice of law is unique and built upon her history with the family court system. Victoria's first experience with family law in Minnesota was as a party to a divorce case. Her experiences in that case pushed her to work as a Guardian ad Litem for Ramsey County where she represented the best interests of children involved in child protection cases. After working as a Guardian ad Litem, Victoria was encouraged by a mentor and friend to go to law school.
Since law school, Victoria has honed her skills as a litigator known for her ingenious strategies and realistic approaches to resolving difficult cases.
Nancy A. Krieg came to the legal profession with a wealth of experience. She worked for 23 years at US Bank as an assistant vice president of operations in the logistics field and at Bank of the West in the same capacity for 2 years. Nancy was a certified mail manager and worked at Pitney Bowes as a national site manager at Ameriprise in Minneapolis and at Charles Schwab in California.
She comes to the law with broad business and management experience that provide a unique perspective and talent for working with clients from all walks of life and in unique situations.
As a law student, Nancy was selected to represent William Mitchell in the Warren Burger Inn of Court, an elite group of legal professionals that includes judges and attorneys dedicated to promoting excellence, professionalism, civility and ethics within the legal community. Nancy was nominated for full membership to the Inn in 2017 and now enjoys full membership in the group.
Nancy has four wonderful children and her greatest joy now is spending time with her three beloved grandchildren.
Nancy practices general family law and criminal law. Her commitment is to provide quality, compassionate legal service to families and individuals when they need it most.
Shawn C. Reinke grew up in Paynesville, Minnesota the eldest of three children born to self-employed parents in the construction trades. Shawn's dedication to hard work and results stems from watching his parents grow their own business.
Shawn has a background of private law firm practice before transitioning to solo-practice before joining the firm of Taylor, Krieg & Reinke. He also worked as an assistant county attorney in greater Minnesota where he prosecuted criminal cases from minor traffic offenses to felony-level sex crimes, juvenile delinquency, child protection, and guardianship matters.
When practicing law, Shawn's main goal is client satisfaction. Shawn strives to help his clients understand that a positive resolution to their legal problem may come in many forms. From experience, some type of out-of-court settlement is most common, but Shawn has taken many cases to trial when the need arises. Shawn has experience trying cases to both a judge and jury and has the vigor and zeal necessary to see your case through to the end - no matter what form that end may take.
In his free time, Shawn enjoys spending time with his family. Shawn also enjoys woodworking, admittedly as a novice, home-improvement projects, and serving as a NeuroPace Patient Ambassador.
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