Get to Know Mallory Stoll
Mallory K. Stoll is a partner at Blahnik, Prchal & Stoll, PLLC. She devotes her practice to family law and juvenile law. Mallory’s family law practice includes a broad range of areas, namely divorce, legal separation, child custody, parenting time, child support, post-decree, and adoption matters. She also provides representation to parties in harassment restraining order and order for protection proceedings. In juvenile court, Mallory provides representation to parents and relatives in child protection matters, including children in need of protection or services (CHIPS) and termination of parental rights (TPR) proceedings. Mallory also provides court-appointed representation to parents in Scott, Le Sueur, and Rice counties. Mallory is licensed to practice in the State of Minnesota and the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Tribal Court. Mallory is also a Rule 114 qualified neutral for family law mediation.
Mallory is both a zealous advocate for clients in the courtroom, and a creative problem-solver in settlement negotiations outside of court. She represents each of her clients with compassion, and understands that clients deserve a knowledgeable attorney that will work to resolve matters efficiently and in the client’s best interest.
In addition to her law practice, Mallory serves as an adjunct professor at Mitchell Hamline School of Law with the Child Protection Clinic, where she supervises and mentors law students in all stages of child protection proceedings in Ramsey, Hennepin, and Chisago counties. Through her membership in the Minnesota State Bar Association and a participant in the Children’s Justice Initiative, Mallory has built relationships with family and juvenile law professionals throughout Minnesota.
Mallory grew up in Prior Lake, and graduated from Prior Lake High School in 2005. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2008 with academic honors. After graduation, Mallory returned to Minnesota and graduated from Hamline University School of Law (now Mitchell | Hamline School of Law) in 2012. Mallory currently resides in Scott County with her husband Brandon and their Alaskan Malamute Stella.
Presentations & Publications
“Child Abuse Allegations in Custody Cases” chapter co-author, Minnesota CLE Child Custody Deskbook (2019)
Courtroom-Specific Advocacy curriculum co-creator and instructor, Trauma-Informed Advocacy in Legal Systems Certificate, Mitchell | Hamline School of Law (2019)
“Creating Individualized Visitation Plans” co-presenter, American Bar Association Parent Attorney Conference (2019)
“Orders for Protection”, Minnesota Paralegal Association (2015)
“Criminal Consequences of Protection Orders,” New Orleans Legal Conference (2015)
Rising Star, Minnesota Super Lawyers 2019
Awarded to the top 2.5% of lawyers in Minnesota that have been practicing for less than 10 years
Northstar Lawyer, 2015-2016, 2018
Awarded to attorneys that provided at least 50 hours of pro bono legal representation per year
Minnesota State Bar Association (2012 to present)
Family Law Section member
8th District Bar Association member (covering the counties of Scott, Carver, and McLeod)
Rice County Bar Association (2017 to present)
Volunteer Attorney Program, Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services (2012 to present)
Providing pro bono legal representation to low-income clients throughout Minnesota
Junior Achievement teacher, Prior Lake-Savage School District (2013 to present)
Laker Educational Foundation
Past Board Member (2013 to 2016)
Past Vice President (2014 to 2015)
Licenses & Admissions
State of Minnesota
Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Tribal Court