Sara Sawyer Boeller, Esq. is a respected family law attorney serving all of Sarasota, Venice, Manatee County, and the surrounding areas. As a native of New Glarus, Wisconsin, she attended the University of Wisconsin-Platteville, where she earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology, with a minor in Political Science. Recognizing her passion for resolving complex legal situations within the family, she attended and earned her Juris Doctorate degree from the prestigious Stetson University College of Law in St. Petersburg Florida.
To provide a unique and beneficial experience for her clients, Attorney Boeller went on to earn her Masters of Arts Degree in Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling from the University of South Florida. In 2013, Mrs. Boeller established Boeller Counseling, LLC, a full-service mental health counseling practice. With this extensive background, she is not only extremely experienced in litigating the very complex matters of family law in the courtroom but also provides a sympathetic, compassionate, and effective approach to every family law matter. Her unique blend of skills provides clients with a more therapeutic transition throughout the legal process.
To add to her myriad of degrees and highly beneficial background serving these various communities, she is also certified by the Florida Supreme Court as a Family Law Mediator.
Attorney Boeller began her legal career litigating family law matters at Gulfcoast Legal Aid in Sarasota, Florida. She then went on to practice exclusively in family law in the private sector. Boeller also strives to participate in volunteer activities related to family law including organizations such as the Guardian Ad Litem program.
As the proud founder of Boeller Law, P.A., she has carefully chosen individuals who possess the same knowledge and compassionate demeanor to be part of her critical legal task force to handle family law matters in an effective way. The legal team at Boeller Law develops a strategy to get the best possible results for our clients, under her diligent mentorship and valuable guidance.
Sara Boller is a mother of two beautiful girls and happily married to Dr. James Boeller. She is very cognizant of the importance of family matters and uses her knowledge and expertise to make sure that each and every issue is handled with the care and concern it so richly deserves.
If you need aggressive, experienced representation in your family law case, contact Boeller Law today! (941) 876-5200
Kayla Tipple was born in Michigan and raised in Englewood, Florida. In 2007, she graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelors of Arts in both Communication and Religion. Mrs. Tipple went on to pursue a passion to become a lawyer and in 2010 graduated in the top 20th percentile from Florida Coastal School of Law. During her law school studies, she was the social chair of the Real Property, Probate, and Trust Law Club. Mrs. Tipple was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2010.
Attorney Tipple’s experience started in Jacksonville, Florida for Legal Aid. During this time she concentrated on family law, probate and guardianship matters. Later on in her career, she joined a private practice firm in Putnam County, Attorney Tipple focused on family law, commercial litigation and estate planning.
Since joining the Boeller Law Firm in 2015, Attorney Tipple has focused on the areas where her true passion lies, litigating family law matters and estate planning. It brings her great satisfaction to be serving the community that she was raised in and currently lives with her husband and two dogs.
Alexis Fritsch was born and raised in Sarasota Florida. In 2008, she graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelors Degree in Criminology, a minor in Anthropology and a concentration in Psychology from the University of Florida. Alexis went on to attend Law School at the University of Louisville Brandeis School and was the co-chair of the Lambda Law Caucus from 2011 to 2012 and graduated in 2012.
She is a licensed member of the Kentucky bar as of 2013 and licensed to practice in the Federal Courts for the Western District of Kentucky.
Attorney Fritsch practiced law in Kentucky at the beginning of her career focusing on family law, estate planning, and bankruptcy. In 2009, Alexis had research that was presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting in Boston. She went on to have her work published in the June 2013 edition of the Social Sciences Journal “Deviant Behavior.” She had an additional article published in 2014 in an online publication “SAGE Research case methods.”
Since moving back home to the Sunshine state, Attorney Fritsch was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2015 and has joined the Boeller Law Firm where she continues to focus on family law.
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