Alicia grew up in Windom, Minnesota. She obtained her undergraduate degree from the University of Minnesota- Duluth. Alicia obtained her J.D. from William Mitchell College of Law. During law school, Alicia volunteered over 1000 hours with the Minnesota Justice Foundation and William Mitchell’s self-help family law clinic. As a volunteer in the family clinic, she helped individuals with family law related matters. She received a Public Interest Law Fellowship grant for her involvement with the Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge legal clinic. The grant enabled her to manage the clinic and represent clients in family law and child protection cases.
After law school, Alicia entered private practice with a small law firm located in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Alicia moved to Park Rapids, Minnesota, to be closer to her family. She started her employment with Peloquin Jenson in January of 2018. In her spare time, Alicia is busy raising her son Logan.
Alicia's professional experience includes representation of parents and grandparents in family law matters, child protection/termination of parental rights matters, guardianship/conservatorship matters, special education law, stepparent adoptions, Department of Human Services administrative appeals for maltreatment determinations and licensure issues, and general civil litigation.