Jessica is 2001 graduate of Augsburg College and 2004 graduate of William Mitchell College of Law. She started her legal practice with Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services and opened her own practice in Faribault in June 2010.
Jessica is admitted to practice in all state courts in Minnesota and the United States Federal District Court for the District of Minnesota. She is a qualified neutral under rule 114 of the Minnesota Rules of Practice. Jessica is active in the Faribault and Northfield communities, serving on the Board of Directors for the HOPE Center, the domestic violence resource center for Rice County, from 2008 – 2014; past Vice President for the All About Action chapter of Business Network International (BNI); member of the Faribault Chamber of Commerce; past board member, coach, and Director of Northfield Volleyball Club.
Jessica’s former law office was named the Faribault Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year for 2015. She is also a North Star Lawyer for 2016, 2017, 2019, 2021, and 2022 for completing at least fifty (50) hours of annual pro bono legal services. She has received special commendation for her pro bono work from the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Minnesota on two occasions.
Jessica is a resident of Dundas and enjoys spending time with her family and being outside. She also actively volunteers in many different causes in her church and community.
Custody & Visitation
Mediation & Collaborative Law
U.S. District Court District of Minnesota
Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services
Ibeling & Hafemeyer, Ltd
Jessica A. Hafemeyer Law Office, P.A.
J. Scott Braden, P.A.
William Mitchell College of Law, St. Paul, Minnesota
All About Action chapter of Business Network International (BNI), past Vice President
MSBA Family Law Section
HOPE Center, Board of Directors, 2008 – 2014
Faribault Chamber of Commerce, Member
Northfield Volleyball Club, Past Board Member, Coach, and Director
SMRLS pro se clinic and volunteer attorney
North Star Lawyer for 2016, 2017, 2019, 2021, and 2022
Received special commendation for her pro bono work from the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Minnesota on two occasions.