She is accomplished. Antoinette C. Wetzel, Esq. (Toni) grew up in a family of lawyers and public servants well known throughout central Minnesota. As such, she is uniquely qualified to put her commitment, people skills, and knowledge of the law to work for you.
Antoinette's father, George P. Wetzel, was born in Little Falls. He attended the University of Minnesota Law School. Midway through his education, he was called to fight for our country in World War II. After his return from war, George graduated from law school in 1948. Upon graduating he began practicing law back in his home town of Little Falls, Minnesota.
Life took an exciting turn when in 1950, he joined the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), serving as an agent in Tennessee, New York, and Alaska. In 1954 he resumed his Little Falls law practice and next served two terms as a Minnesota state representative. He was appointed to a judgeship in 1971, which led him to serve as the Morrison County judge, and then a district court judge, until his retirement in 1987.
It is from these beginnings where Antoinette gained insight into how to practice law with proficiency and integrity. She is honored to follow in her father's footsteps.
Think of this legacy, the knowledge behind it all, and her passion for justice when looking for a lawyer. She is an advocate you need on your side. Choose Wetzel Law Firm, call today for your first consultation.