After receiving her bachelor’s degree in English and women’s studies from Hamline University in 1990, Mary Szondy found her passion working with disabled adults at the Courage Center. While there, Mary helped nearly one hundred adults with disabilities re-integrate into the community. She also obtained her license in social work, working in Alzheimer’s units where she provided advocacy and care planning for patients.
Having found her calling, Mary decided to go to law school to advocate for vulnerable families and individuals. She received her juris doctorate from the University of St. Thomas Law School in 2004, and has been in private practice since.
Mary is passionate about providing effective, compassionate representation in the areas of guardianship, conservatorship, special and supplemental needs trusts and estate planning.
Mary lives in St. Paul with her husband, daughter and cats. Her several athletic interests include CrossFit, snowboarding, swimming, dancing, yoga and triathlons. She played one year of women’s professional football with the Minnesota Vixens.