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Margo Broehl

Margo Broehl is a graduate of the College of Wooster and the University of Akron Law School. She has been practicing law since 1977 in Wooster, Ohio, when the late Judge Jay E. Lehman, asked her to join him for the purpose of serving his long-term clients when he became the Probate Judge. Margo’s practice is concentrated in the areas of business, banking, estate planning, elder and probate law.

Margo also serves as the corporate counsel for the Prentke Romich Company and has enjoyed lecturing on various topics in the disability field. She is a strong advocate for the disabled and helped propose language for the current Americans with Disabilities Act.

Margo met her husband David while both were students at the College of Wooster. They decided to make Wooster their home and quickly became involved in the community. Margo especially enjoys being involved in community organizations with the goal of providing economic growth in her community. In that regard, she currently serves as President of the Wooster Growth Corporation and recently initiated and was successful in obtaining the first EB-5 status in the State of Ohio. This will grant immigration status to foreign investors committed to providing employment opportunities in our community. She was humbled to receive the Chamber of Commerce Wall of Fame Award in 2014 for her work in the community and encouraging growth in Wayne County.

It is especially rewarding for Margo to watch many of the companies she represented in their infancy grow and create employment opportunities in our community. Margo always appreciates the opportunity to help her many clients plan for their future and the future of their families.

Margo has two grown children and seven grandchildren. Her youngest son Daniel passed away in 2015. She enjoys playing the piano, needlework, collecting antiques with her husband, cooking, gardening, and genealogy research.

Broehl Law Office

558 N. Market Street
Wooster, Ohio 44691
Tel.: (330) 264-9897
Fax: (330) 263-0406


Elizabeth Krieder Wright

Elizabeth Krieder Wright grew up in Ashland County, Ohio. A Black River High School Graduate, she received her Bachelor of Arts from Denison University and her Juris Doctorate from Case Western Reserve University School of Law. As an attorney at law, she consults for employers in matters including drafting employee handbooks, substance abuse testing, unemployment claims, equal employment opportunity issues, hiring and termination, and work-related injuries. Her passion is working with small business owners to avoid costly legal problems or resolve those that have developed. Certified by the Ohio State Bar Association as a specialist in Workers’ Compensation Law, Elizabeth is well practiced in all areas of workers’ compensation administration and litigation, including audits of workers’ compensation programs in State Funded and Self-Insured companies and representing employers in hearings before the Industrial Commission and in litigation in court.

Elizabeth consults for individuals in personal legal matters, including minor court appearances such as traffic infractions. She also assists in estate planning and probate, drafting and review of contracts, collection matters, and personal injury claims. Proficient in German, she shepherds individuals, employees, and families through the immigration process.

Elizabeth is an active member of the community and a member of the state and local bar associations. She presently serves on the Board of Trustees of Friends and Neighbors of Everywoman’s House. She previously served on the Board of Trustees of the Ohio Self-Insured Employers Association, The Wayne County Humane Society, The Wayne County Arts Center, and Goodwill of Wayne and Holmes County. She is a graduate of the Wooster Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Wooster program.


Beth Mulcahy

Beth Mulcahy is a graduate of the University of Dayton and a 2002 graduate of the University of Cincinnati College of Law. After law school, she began practicing at the Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati, serving low-income clients in the areas of litigation, disability, housing, consumer, bankruptcy, and public benefits. She was awarded a National Consumer Law Fellowship during her tenure at Legal Aid. Prior to joining Broehl Law Office, Beth was a solo practitioner at Mulcahy Law Office, LLC focused primarily on estate planning with an interest in and passion for disability law.

Beth hails originally from Dearborn, Michigan but has been living in Wooster with her husband and two children for the past eight years. She is a member of the Ohio State and Wayne County Bar Associations. Beth enjoys being involved in the Wooster community. She is a member of the 2015-2016 Leadership Wooster class. Beth serves on the board of the Nick Amster, Inc. and is also an active member of Wooster Kiwanis.



Robin Miller

Robin Steiner met Margo while on a Job Shadowing experience with the Wayne County Schools Career Center at the Law Office at the age of 16. She was quickly offered a summer job which led to full-time work upon her graduation from Norwayne High School. Robin continued with classes at Wayne College and regularly attends legal education seminars in the area of probate administration to stay up-to-date on changes in the law and required procedures. She currently handles much of the client contact and claim processing on our estate files.

Robin and her husband, Mike Miller, live in Creston, Ohio with their two daughters, Hannah, 17, and Halle, 13. Many long-term clients remember her girls as babies sleeping in Robin’s office while handling law office business. Hannah now surprises callers as our “fill in” summer receptionist, much to her delight.

Outside of work at the law office, their family enjoys any opportunity to accompany Mike on his business travels. Robin also keeps busy being involved in various church, school and community activities with her family. In her spare time, Robin loves trying new recipes and any opportunity for a great “vintage find.”

Robin says, “Working with the many people I’ve developed a relationship with is just too fun to be called a job. I feel very blessed to have started this fabulous adventure 35 years ago, when we were still using carbon paper, with someone who truly cares about her clients. It is a pleasure to be serving the third generation of many families.”


Leanne Robison

Leanne has been a lifelong resident of Wayne County and is a graduate of Triway High School. After graduation she worked at Wooster Products Inc. in the accounts receivables department for eight years. She met her husband, Bill, while working there. Leanne and Bill have been married 38 years and have three children and five grandchildren. Leanne’s days off are busy helping with her grandchildren to help keep their farm families running smoothly.

Leanne took time off from work to be a stay at home mother for a number of years. In 1995 she started back to work part-time as a CSR at Wayne Savings Community Bank. Leanne says, “In 1998 I had the opportunity to come work for Margo. It was a nice change and worked well with my growing family’s schedule. Margo and my co-workers are great to work with. I have met many wonderful people over the years and am happy to assist our office with meeting each client’s needs.”