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Our Team: Experienced, Knowledgeable, Professional

Meredith Boudrie, Attorney

Meredith has been practicing law for over 11 years. Meredith joined Central Minnesota Law in August of 2012 and took over as Owner and Managing Attorney in May of 2015. Prior to working with Central Minnesota Law,  worked at a law firm in Monticello, Minnesota as their family law attorney. Currently, Meredith practices in the areas of Family Law, Estate Planning and Probate.

Meredith attended law school at William Mitchell College of Law from 2003 to 2006 and has been admitted to practice law in Minnesota since 2006. Prior to entering law school Meredith received her BA from the University of Minnesota-Duluth, Cum Laude, with a major in Criminology and minor in Psychology.

In addition to her private law practice Meredith is a volunteer with the Central Minnesota Legal Services Volunteer Attorney Program, Volunteers at the Wright County Law Library Pro Bono Legal Clinic, and sits on the Ethics Committee for CentraCare Health in Monticello.

Samantha Hedin, Paralegal

Samantha "Sam" joined Central Minnesota Law in May of 2018, coming to the firm with over 10 years of paralegal experience. 

Sam attended Minneapolis Business College in 2007 where she received her Associates Degree in Applied Science in the Legal Office Administrative program. Prior to joining Central Minnesota Law Sam worked for two large law firms in downtown Minneapolis as a family law paralegal. 

As a devoted mother of two small children, Sam understands the importance of family. Sam empathizes with clients working directly with them to understand their legal and emotional needs.  Sam is organized, dependable and supportive. Sam is an integral part of our team and is there for clients from the initial contact through final resolution. Sam values her professional relationships with clients and understands the importance of the issues facing them in the legal process.