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Swanson, Drobnick & Tousey P.C.

Attorneys at Law

Heidi A. Drobnick

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Title: Partner
Phone: (651) 739-9615
E-mail: hdrobnick@sdtlaw.com
Address: 3120 Woodbury Drive, Suite 200

Heidi is the managing partner of Swanson, Drobnick & Tousey and practices in the areas of business law, probate, and wills and trusts. Prior to founding the firm Heidi was a Certified Public Accountant and a small business owner. She brings real-world experience and an accountant's attention to detail to every case she handles. Her skills are well-suited for cases involving financial details; whether it be in developing an estate plan, probating an estate, high-asset divorces, forming a new business, or negotiating a financial settlement.

Heidi is a consultant for the National Indian Child Welfare Association located in Portland Oregon and also conducts Expert Witness Training for National Indian Child Welfare Association. Heidi also served as an adjunct professor the University of Minnesota Law School for the Indian Child Welfare Law Clinic for six years. Heidi has also served as the Presiding Judge for the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska and Assistant General Counsel for the Prairie Island Indian Community-Treasure Island Resort and Casino. After finishing her B.Ac. she clerked for the Internal Revenue Service's appeals division.

Heidi A. Drobnick is an enrolled member of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe-Lake Superior Band - Nett Lake Reservation. She holds a B.Ac. in Accounting from the University of Minnesota - Duluth and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Minnesota. Heidi is admitted to the Supreme Court of Minnesota, Supreme Court of Texas and the Federal District Court. She is also admitted to the following tribal courts: Bois Forte, Leech Lake, Ho-Chunk, Prairie Island, Shakopee, Winnebago, Sisseton-Whapeton, White Earth, Mille Lacs, Lower Sioux, Upper Sioux, St. Croix Band of Chippewa, and Red Lake. Heidi is a member of the Minnesota American Indian Bar Association and served as its treasurer for six years.