Attorney James R. Mills graduated from Valparaiso University School of Law in 1995. He has assisted numerous personal injury, divorce, civil litigation and criminal and traffic clients. He has been the East Troy High School Mock Trial Coach for six years and is an arbitrator for the Better Business Bureau of Wisconsin.
Jim has served on the Mukwonago Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors since 1997 and is the Past President. He and his business partner opened their Mukwonago Law Office in the summer of 2003. Mills & Boehm, LLP was hired as the Municipal Law Firm for the Town of East Troy in 2004.
Valparaiso University School of Law, Valparaiso, IN, 1995, J.D.
Carthage College, Kenosha, WI, 1992, B.A. cum laude, Criminal Justice & Sociology
BAR MEMBERSHIP/COMMUNITY ACTIVITY
U.S. District Court - Eastern and Western District of Wisconsin
State Bar of Wisconsin
Arbitrator: Better Business Bureau of Wisconsin
Waukesha County Bar Association, Member
Walworth County Bar Association, Member
Mukwonago Area Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Center Board of Directors, (1997-Present) (Past President)
East Troy Education Foundation Board of Directors, (1998-2003)
High School Mock Trial Coach (1998-Present)
AREAS OF PRACTICE
Attorney Gabrielle Boehm graduated from William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota and was admitted to the Bar in Wisconsin in 1987. She practiced in Delavan before joining a firm in East Troy where she worked for over 13 years during which time she married and had three children. Gabrielle Boehm and her business partner, James R. Mills, formed Mills & Boehm, LLP in 2003 at their current office in Mukwonago.
Gabrielle handles many types of civil litigation as well as small business organizations, family law, and lake rights matters with an emphasis in her practice on real estate matters, probate, estate planning trusts and Wills.
In addition to membership in State and local bar associations, Gabrielle is a lifetime member of the Wisconsin Coalition on Aging Group.
"I strive to work in partnership with my clients to define and achieve their goals. I take the time to listen to their needs and keep them involved in the process. This is as important for a Will or real estate transaction as it is for a litigated matter that progresses to a jury trial."