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Savannah WelchSavannah Welch
Savannah I.L. Welch
60 South Sixth Street
Suite 2700
Minneapolis, MN 55402
P 612.843.5831
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Savannah Welch is a member of the firm's Family Law practice group. Her practice includes divorce, custody and parenting time, child support, spousal maintenance, third-party custody, domestic abuse, post-decree matters, and other areas of family law. Savannah's approach to casework is based in compassion and practicality, and she prides herself in finding creative solutions to decrease conflict, reduce cost, and maximize value for her clients.

Prior to joining Best & Flanagan, Savannah enjoyed a four-year Clerkship at the Hennepin County Family Justice Center and several years at other local family law firms. She has worked exclusively in the area of family law and domestic abuse, where she gained first-hand experience with the family court system, insight into the judicial officers' decision-making process, and understanding of the comprehensive needs of families in transition.

Savannah graduated from Mitchell Hamline School of Law in 2016. During law school, she gained valuable, diverse legal experience as a law clerk for a small family law firm and for local and regional legal-aid offices. Savannah was also an advocate at the child protection clinic and served as student body president. She has learned that no family is the same, and the separation of families involves myriad legal, social, and chemical, mental, and physical health issues.

Related Practices
Mitchell Hamline School of Law, 2016, J.D.
North Dakota State University, 2013, B.S.
State of Minnesota
Firm News
    Professional Associations
    • Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Minnesota Chapter
      • Values Committee Member
    • Family Law League
    • Hennepin County Bar Association
    • Minnesota State Bar Association
    Community Associations
    • NDSU Bison Bidders Bowl, Co-Chair
    • Mis Amigos Preschool, Parental Advisory Board
    • Tubman, Volunteer Attorney
    Seminars & Publications
    • “How to Use Contempt Actions to Enforce Family Court Orders,” Minnesota Family Law Institute, March 2024
    Awards & Recognition
    • Best Lawyers in America: Ones to Watch, 2024
    • Honoree, Minnesota Rising Stars, 2023

    After Hours

    Savannah enjoys spending time with her family and friends, exploring and hiking the great outdoors, and cheering on her favorite teams - NDSU Bison, Minnesota Vikings, and Duke Blue Devils.