Caring always comes first. From the start, we want to understand where each of our clients is coming from. We also take a team approach because it provides more perspectives and helps us prepare more thoroughly. Often, we’ll present parts of the case to a focus group from the Tri-State area beforehand to get their feedback. At each step of the way, we make sure we’re caring about you and the unique details of your specific situation.
Todd Klapatauskas is married to his college sweetheart, Kathleen. They have four children, Charlie, Abigail, Leah and Madilyn. Todd has committed his practice to helping those who have been injured, harmed and wrongfully accused. Todd has fought for his clients in over 100 jury trials. When Todd is not at the office, he is an active member of St. Anthony’s parish in Dubuque, Iowa. All other free time is spent playing with his kids and spending time with his family taking bike rides, walks and outside activities.
EDUCATION: Loras College – history major receiving bachelor’s degree in 1995; Creighton University Law School – juris doctorate received in 1998.
MEMBER: American Association for Justice, Iowa Association for Justice, and the Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin Bar Associations.
PRACTICE AREAS: Primarily in personal injury cases involving car and truck crashes, pedestrian crashes and other matters where people are hurt, injured or otherwise wronged. Todd practices primarily in criminal defense including cases ranging from petty offenses and DUI cases to felony murder, sexual abuse and theft cases. Todd also works on behalf of the mentally disabled and challenged.
Natalia grew up on her family farm in western Iowa. She graduated from the University of Iowa, where she was also a member of the women’s rowing team. She received her J.D. from the University of Iowa in 2003. Prior to joining Reynolds and Kenline in 2007, Natalia worked as a staff attorney at Iowa Legal Aid. She has conducted training sessions on legal topics related to domestic violence for attorneys, members of the judiciary and the community. She has worked as a part-time prosecutor handing domestic assault, sexual assault and juvenile cases. She now focuses her practice primarily on representing injured, abused and harmed individuals. She is a certified mediator and enjoys helping people resolve their differences through alternative dispute resolution. She previously served as chairwoman of the Iowa State Bar Association Young Lawyer's Division Domestic Abuse Committee , Vice-Chair of the Dubuque/Delaware Coalition Against Domestic Violence, is a member of the Iowa Supreme Court’s Task Force on Domestic Violence, past President of the Dubuque County Young Lawyer's Division and past board member of Dubuque County Empowerment.
PRACTICE AREAS: Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Criminal Defense, Discrimination, Employment and Labor, Probate, Workers Compensation, Family Law, and Collaborative Divorce.
Zeke grew up on a farm in rural Northeast Iowa, graduated from the University of Iowa with a B.A. 2009, and received his J.D. from the University of Iowa in the Spring of 2012. While completing his J.D., Zeke interned for the Moline City Attorney and clerked for the Eighth Judicial District of Iowa. Zeke was admitted to the Iowa State Bar in 2012 and the Wisconsin State Bar in 2013.
EDUCATION: B.A. in History, University of Iowa, 2009; J.D., University of Iowa, 2012.
BAR ADMISSIONS: Iowa, admitted 2012; Wisconsin, admitted 2013. MEMBER: American Bar Association, Iowa State Bar Association, Wisconsin State Bar Association, Dubuque County Bar Association, Dubuque County Bar Association: Young Lawyers’ Division.
PRACTICE AREAS: General Practice including, but not limited to, Estate Planning and Probate, Real Estate, Family Law, Criminal Law, Personal Injury, Employment Law, and Administrative Law.
Matthew was born and raised in Dubuque, Iowa. He graduated from Clarke University in 2008 receiving a Bachelor of Arts Degree with a double major in Music and Business Administration. While at Clarke University, Matthew worked for the Dubuque Symphony Orchestra as the Education Coordinator, the Northeast Iowa School of Music as a beginning level flute instructor, and interned with IMG Artists, L.L.C., in New York, NY. Matthew went on to attend the University of St. Thomas School of Law in Minneapolis, MN. During law school, Matthew was an associate editor for the School’s Journal of Law and Public Policy, a certified student attorney with the School’s Consumer Bankruptcy Clinic, a Research Assistant for the Schoenecker Law Library, an intern with the Dubuque County Attorney’s Office, and a law clerk with Lawson Software, Inc., in St. Paul, MN. Matthew received his J.D. in the spring of 2012.
EDUCATION: J.D., University of St. Thomas School of Law, 2012; B.A., Clarke University, 2008.
BAR MEMBERSHIP: Iowa, admitted 2012.
MEMBER: Dubuque County Bar Association, DCBA Young Lawyers Division, Iowa State Bar Association, American Bar Association, International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Northeast Iowa Collaborative Law Group.
PRACTICE AREAS: General Practice including, but not limited to Mediation, Criminal Law, Copyright & Publishing, Wills and Trusts, Family & Juvenile Law, Mental Health, Real Estate Law, Business Planning, Probate, and Collaborative Divorce.