We prioritize communication and quality representation over the traditional, expensive law firm model to make our practice as streamlined as possible so that we can efficiently and effectively provide our clients with excellent legal services.
We focus on assisting clients with a myriad of legal issues, but emphasize those relevant to, and with the goal of promoting, sustainable land use development, responsive government, and the protection of individual and property rights. In addition, we represent individuals, businesses and non-profit entities in all of their legal needs, ranging from contract drafting and review to employment disputes to mergers and acquisitions.
MICHELLE TAFOYA WEINBERG
Michelle holds a Master’s degree in Environmental Policy and Management from the University of Denver and a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Northwest Missouri State University. While at the University of Montana School of Law, Michelle was the executive editor of the Montana Law Review.
LINDSEY W. HROMADKA
Lindsey received her Juris Doctorate degree with honors from the University of Montana School of Law where she graduated early. She was an editor on the Public Land and Resources Law Review, a finalist in the national Environmental Moot Court competition, and is a published author in the Montana Law Review.
The attorneys with Weinberg & Hromadka have represented the SWNA for the past four years concerning land use issues. During that time they have been extremely professional. They thoroughly research background for our meetings, and they effectively moderate the group. They are also excellent at keeping us apprised of new developments in our cases.- South Whitefish Neighborhood Association
Cheryl Watkins, President