Weber, Leth, & Woessner, PLC is the oldest continuous law firm in Dodge County. The firm began in 1906 with Attorney John Swendiman Jr. (1879-1951) and was carried on by Attorneys Gale Freeman (1922-1992), LeRoy Tengwall (1915-1987), and Bruce Erickson (1913-2006). Mr. Weber and Ms. Leth continue this tradition and commitment to provide professional legal services.
Weber, Leth, & Woessner, PLC continues to serve Dodge County in the general practice of law with offices in Dodge Center and Kasson.
Thank you for giving us the opportunity to provide you and your family with quality legal services. Our entire staff is committed to making sure that you are completely satisfied. We pride ourselves on providing individualized services and take the time to answer any concerns or questions that you may have.
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Attorney Brian L. Weber has been practicing law for over 30 years. Mr. Weber earned his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Minnesota in 1973, and Law Degree from Hamline University School of Law in 1976. Attorney Weber was admitted to practice before the Minnesota Bar in 1977 and the Federal Bar in 1978.
Mr. Weber served as Chairman of the West Concord School Board 1984 to 1990 and was instrumental in the consolidation of that District with Dodge Center and Claremont into what is now known as Triton School District. Mr. Weber also served as Chairman of the Fifth District (four counties) Bar Association Committee on Professional Responsibility and Fee Arbitration which regulate the conduct and fees charged by local lawyers. Mr. Weber continues as President of the Dodge County Bar Association.
Mr. Weber specializes in real estate law, probate/estate planning and farm succession plans as well as business solutions and legal strategies.
In June 2006, Attorney Melanie J. Leth, a former Dodge County resident, left a Twin Cities law practice to return to Dodge County. Ms. Leth earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Winona State University in 1998, and Law Degree from William Mitchell College of Law in 2001. After her admission to both the Federal Bar and the Minnesota Bar, Ms. Leth practiced insurance defense with the law firms of Hanson, Lulic & Krall of Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Jardine, Logan, & O’Brien of Lake Elmo, Minnesota.
Attorney Leth volunteers with the Olmsted County Volunteer Attorney Program, a non-profit organization designed to provide legal services to low-income residents, and is member of the Minnesota Women Lawyers, Minnesota State Bar Association, and Dodge County Bar Association.
Attorney Timothy A. Woessner, born and raised in Byron, Minnesota, joined Weber, Leth, & Woessner, PLC in March of 2013. Upon graduating from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, with a major in political science and a minor in history, Mr. Woessner worked for the Mayo Clinic for two years prior to entering law school. Attorney Woessner earned his law degree in 2008 from William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul and returned home to begin practicing in the areas of administrative law, including licensing disputes involving state agencies; family law, including marital dissolutions, custody disputes, and adoptions; personal injury; and commercial litigation, including contract disputes.
Mr. Woessner acts as a volunteer attorney with Legal Assistance of Olmsted County by donating legal services to indigent clients. He is a former member of the board of directors for Legal Assistance of Olmsted County and the board of directors for the Rochester Public School Foundation. Tim is currently a member of both the Dodge and Olmsted County Bar Associations, and the Minnesota State Bar Association.