M. Jalie Meinecke
ATTORNEY / PARTNER
Contact Us23 North Scott Street, Suite 20
Sheridan WY 82801
1513 Beck Avenue, Cody, WY 82414
Mailing Address: Box 3129 Cody, WY 82414
(307) 587-1300 | Fax: (307) 587-1301
Office hoursMonday - Thursday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Saturday - Sunday Closed
M. Jalie Meinecke graduated from Cody High School in 1992, earned an Associates Degree from Northwest College in Powell, Wyoming in 1994, and earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Wyoming in 1997. Jalie earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of Wyoming College of Law in 2000. Jalie was sworn into the Wyoming State Bar in 2000, and the Montana State Bar in 2003.
Jalie was born in New Mexico, to a ranching family. She moved to Wyoming in 1985, and claims Wyoming as her home. Her agricultural and real estate roots give her a rare connection with Wyoming citizens. Her education from the local educational institutions has provided her with a diverse knowledge base to understand and deal with the legal needs that are specific to Wyoming and Montana people. While at the University of Wyoming College of Law, Jalie’s studies focused on agricultural issues, water law, business and mineral law. Jalie served as president and vice-president for the Natural Resources Law Forum, and was a contributor to the Land and Water Law Review, submitting an extensive article about the legal cases and history of brucellosis in Wyoming.
After graduating from the University of Wyoming College of Law, Jalie joined the firm of Simonton & Simonton in 2000, and remained there until opening her own firm with fellow associate Alex H. Sitz III in 2005. During her practice, Jalie has gained extensive experience in personal injury and wrongful death cases, business law, contracts, real estate, probate, estate planning and banking litigation.
Jalie is a member of the Wyoming State Bar, the Montana State Bar, and is on the Board of Directors for the Wyoming Trial Lawyers. Jalie is a member of the Wyoming State Bar, the Montana State Bar, and the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association. She served on the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Board of Directors for six years, and is a past president of the Park County Bar. Jalie volunteers by providing pro-bono services to the Mountain Spirit Habitat for Humanity, Serenity Pregnancy Resource Center, and give monthly free clinic to the seniors at the Cody Senior Center.
In her free time, Jalie enjoys hunting, fishing, hiking and camping with her family. Jalie and her husband have five children and enjoy teaching them the Western way of life.
GRADUATED FROM NORTHWEST COLLEGE1995
UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING1997
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING COLLEGE OF LAW2000
Earned juris doctorate degree
M. Jalie Meinecke Practice Areas
M. Jalie Meinecke Practice Areas
Personal Injury / Wrongful Death
Jalie can help you seek compensation for personal injuries due to car accidents, products liability, work place injuries or slip and falls. She can also help seek compensation for the loss of a loved one for pain and suffering, and the loss of support or income from the loss of a family member.
Corporations & LLCs/Business Law Consultation
Jalie can assist you in setting up many different types of business entities to assist you in starting a business, or to protect an already existing business, including sub-chapter S corporations, Limited Liability Companies, Limited Family Partnerships, Joint Ventures and C-corporations. She can work with your accountant to assist you in protecting your business assets from excessive taxation.
Jalie can assist you in planning for your retirement and estate planning needs by drafting essential tools such as wills, general durable powers of attorney, powers of attorney for healthcare, living wills, living trusts, irrevocable trusts, testamentary trusts, and special needs trusts.
Jalie can assist you with all your legal needs if you have lost a loved one and need to navigate the probate process, or if you are a beneficiary of a will and need to protect your legal rights.