Bethany Danner is an attorney who focuses her practice on bankruptcy law, including business bankruptcy, commercial loan modification, and consumer debt relief.
Bethany began her legal career in 2004, when she joined the Minnesota Army National Guard as a Paralegal. Bethany attended undergrad at Minnesota State University, Mankato (MNSU), majoring in finance and minoring in business law. While a sophomore at MNSU, Bethany began working as a legal assistant at a small law firm in Waseca, MN. This began Bethany’s extensive experience in bankruptcy law. She was responsible for all Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases from start to finish for the firm. After graduating with her undergraduate degree, Bethany began working at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in St. Paul.
While continuing to work full-time for the federal court system, Bethany attended law school at William Mitchell in St. Paul. She was a law clerk for the Minnesota Department of Human Services, Minnesota Department of Public Safety, Minneapolis City Attorney’s Office, and Chisago County Attorney’s Office.
Bethany began her career as an attorney at the same firm she worked at during undergrad, then worked as a solo attorney for a couple years before joining Morris Law Group, P.A. in 2020.
Bethany dedicates much of her free time to serving military members and first responders. She is a regional supervisor for the Wills for Heroes program, an attorney volunteer with the Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans, a Reserve Police Officer with the Richfield Police Department and the Bloomington Police Department and legal counsel for Backing the Blue Line.
Her and her husband live in Richfield with their two dogs. She enjoys traveling, the MN Twins and craft beer. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
• U.S District Court, District of Minnesota
• William Mitchell College of Law, St. Paul
• J.D.: Doctor of Jurisprudence
• Minnesota State University, Mankato
• Bachelor of Science: Institutional Finance, Business Law Minor