Mount Pleasant, MI
Attorney Bronwyn Asplund-Walsh has been an attorney in private practice for over 27 years. She has been working for Paula M. Fisher, Attorney At Law, P.C. since January of 2020. Prior to that, she worked for the law firm of SKlawyers PLLC in Manchester, New Hampshire. Bronwyn’s practice has focused on Family Law including divorce, child custody and adoptions. Bronwyn also practices in both civil and criminal law including contracts, misdemeanors, probate and Estate Planning. Bronwyn is licensed to practice in Michigan, New Hampshire, the federal courts as well as the Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Court and the gun Lake Tribal Court. Bronwyn spends time with her clients and has the compassion it takes to represent her clients in court. Bronwyn has appealed and won several decisions in family law cases at the New Hampshire Supreme Court. Bronwyn has successfully handled hundreds of family law, criminal law and civil law cases including trials, motions pleadings, negotiated settlements and mediated issues.
Attorney Bronwyn Asplund-Walsh graduated with honors from Franklin Pierce Law Center (now The University of New Hampshire). Before Law School, Attorney Asplund-Walsh received her B.A. at Central Michigan University, and her M.A. at the University of Hawaii. Attorney Asplund-Walsh has also been very active politically having served four terms in the New Hampshire State House of Representatives and 14 years as County Commissioner for Merrimack County, New Hampshire. Attorney Asplund-Walsh was selected as Vice Chair of the Justice of Public Safety Committee for The National Association of Counties for the years 2016-2019, and also was the President of the Women of the National Association of Counties for the years 2018-2019. She has been on the forefront in fighting for issues of concern for women, Native Americans, and the disadvantaged. Attorney Asplund- Walsh was on the State of New Hampshire Council for Native American Affairs from 2015-2019.
When her son was young, Attorney Bronwyn Asplund-Walsh was a hockey Mom. Now, when she has a break in the action of the Courtroom, Bronwyn spends her time on her farm in Harrison where she enjoys her Shetland Sheepdogs and Tennessee Walking Horses. She is also preparing to be elected as a Clare County Commissioner in November of 2020.