Jason Kohlmeyer | Family Law Attorney | Kohlmeyer Hagen Law Office Chtd.
A native of Northwest Minnesota, Jason Kohlmeyer has known the value of hard work from a young age. Spending summers on his uncle’s farm he learned the benefit of getting the job done right. Jason joined the Army Reserve while still in high school and became an Army Intelligence Analyst after high school, working his way through Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota. After college Jason became a Social Studies teacher in St. Paul, Minnesota, he realized he wanted to help solve people’s problems he began to pursue his dream of becoming an attorney. Jason graduated from Hamline University School of Law, in St. Paul, Minnesota. After clerking at the Dakota County Attorney’s office and seeing first-hand how people need individualized attention and interaction with attorneys who truly care, he went to work in the private sector. When he became an attorney in 2000, he knew he wanted to improve the client experience. Jason applied his work ethic and drive to help people by starting up a law firm in 2008. Jason focuses his law practice in the area of Family law. Having been helping people in both family law and personal injury since 2000 his family law practice focuses on divorce, spousal support, child custody & farm divorces. Jason has spoken nationally on family law issues.Jason also represents people seeking compensation after being hurt in the Mankato area, whether by a car accident, slip and fall, and dog bites. An experienced and dedicated trial lawyer, Jason has received a $1.1M verdict on behalf of an injured client as well as many 6 figure settlements to compensate his injured clients. He believes strongly in helping receive justice for his clients.Jason now lives in Mankato, with his wife and children. He enjoys adventuring, learning the drums and is still working on learning Spanish. Jason also became a published author recently completing his first book. “The Divorce Survival Guide: Getting Divorce in Minnesota” for sale in both print and kindle edition on Amazon.com. Learn more at khmnlaw.com or mankatofamilylaw.com