Rachael Peters

Rachael Peters is licensed to practice law in the State of Minnesota.  Rachael concentrates mainly in the area of Family Law, but she also practices in the area of Juvenile Protection.  Rachael is also a Minnesota Rule 114 Qualified Neutral.

Rachael graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2007 with a Bachelor of Sciences in Psychology and a Bachelor of Sciences in Political Science.  After graduating from college, she worked as a paralegal for the Labor and Employment Practice Group at Morgan, Lewis and Bockius, LLP in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

Rachael received her Juris Doctor from William Mitchell College of Law, cum laude, in May 2012.  As a student, Rachael wrote extensively on international child abduction and domestic violence.  She also interned with the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and in private practice at Walling, Berg & Debele, P.A.  Rachael spent her final law school semester externing at the Ramsey County Family and Juvenile Justice Center where she was exposed to a wide range of Family Court and Juvenile Court cases.

Rachael volunteers with the Volunteer Lawyers Network and the Minnesota Assistance Counsel for Veterans.  She is committed to staying abreast of current social science research as it relates to children and families. 

As an attorney, Rachael’s focus is on crafting creative solutions to meet the needs of individuals and families.