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Amy Fry-Galow

Having been on the Hildebrand team since February of 2021, Amy specializes in Family and Medicaid cases. She provides strong representation for her clients, advocating the best for those that work with her.

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Amy's Story

     Amy is admitted to practice in three states and has worked in a variety of litigation areas over her career, including employment law, family law, elder law and general practice. Amy has a range of experience that includes handling all phases of civil litigation in state and federal courts, family and elder law practice in state court, consulting clients in the financial industry on ever-changing federal regulations, and assisting clients in estate and Medicaid planning.

     Amy is a passionate advocate and has served not only as counsel, but also as adjunct professor of Communication Law at Carroll University, focusing on First Amendment claims and issues and other areas of constitutional law. As Staff Attorney for Employment Law Research, Inc., Amy focused on employment discrimination, unjust dismissal, employment screening and workers’ compensation for the “Larson Employment Law Treatises.” 

Amy has served as a pro bono attorney in family and domestic cases on behalf of Legal Action of Wisconsin.

In her free time, Amy enjoys spending time with her two children and husband. She loves leading a Girl Scout troop and is proud to serve on the board of directors for the Hope Center in Waukesha.

Areas of Practice

  • Estate Planning, Medicaid Planning, and Probate Administration

  • Family Law

  • Business Law

  • Employment Law


  • DePaul University College of Law

    • J.D. Cum Laude 2003

  • Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan

    • B.A. With High Honor 2000


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