Carol Mayer, Minnesota Attorney

About Attorney Carol Mayer

Carol earned her law degree from the University of North Dakota School of law in 1997, where she graduated in the top ten of her class, earned scholarships for her academic achievements and participated as an associate editor of the Law Review.

After graduation Carol developed her legal skills while working as a law clerk for the Honorable Robert E. McCaulay in Carlton County, as a managing attorney for Legal Aid in Pine City, as an Assistant County Attorney in both Carver and Anoka Counties, and as a private attorney at the Eller Law Office in St. Cloud. During these years Carol worked on a wide variety of legal issues including family law, criminal law, landlord tenant problems, boundary line disputes, contracts, consumer fraud, real property purchases, wills and guardianships.

Minnesota Family & Divorce Law

Child Custody, Child Support, Alimony, Visitation

Carol has taken a special interest in honing her skills as a family law attorney. Over the years she has zealously advocated on behalf of a multitude of clients in matters involving divorce, custody, child support, parenting time, property division and spousal maintenance (alimony). Having worked as the child support attorney in Carver County, Carol had the unique opportunity to develop an in-depth understanding of the child support laws in Minnesota, and how they apply in a wide variety of situations.

Minnesota Criminal Law

DWI, Assault, Theft, Drugs

In addition to her hands on experience with divorce related issues, Carol has extensive experience in handling all levels of criminal charges. Carol is a former criminal prosecutor who has worked on cases involving many different charges including DWI, assault, terroristic threats, drugs, burglary, theft, criminal sexual conduct and even murder. These years of experience as a criminal prosecutor have provided Carol with the knowledge and skills to evaluate a case from the perspective of both the defense and the prosecution, then take the case all the way to trial if necessary.

Carol has lived in Arlington since 2003, where she enjoys spending time with her family in the beautiful countryside whether it is from the back of a horse, 4-wheeler or snowmobile. Carol is excited to develop her law practice in a community she has grown to love.