Katherine Holden is a Legal Assistant with the Fuhrman & Dodge team. As a legal assistant, Katherine assists attorneys in the areas of estate planning, business and real estate transactions, family law, criminal law, and civil litigation. She provides invaluable support to the firm with day-to-day operations and acts as the firm’s social director, as well as assisting attorneys on client matters with scheduling, file management, correspondence, and document drafting. Katherine is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and moved to Madison in 2015 after meeting her husband, Justin. She is an avid Pittsburgh Steelers fan and considers eating to be the best part of life.
Miranda Horan is currently a senior at UW – Madison majoring in political science and legal studies and minoring in criminal justice. She plans to attend law school after graduating and hopes to continue her education at UW Law School. When not in the office or at school, Miranda enjoys reading, hiking, and traveling.
Nantaya Karnjana is responsible for Accounts Receivable at Fuhrman & Dodge. After graduating from Chiangmai University in Thailand, she came to the United States as an exchange student attending St. Olaf College in Minnesota, where she met her husband of 38 years. Nantaya completed her graduate studies at the University of Minnesota prior to moving to Madison with her family. She finds it thrilling to be working in a building located on the same piece of land that was once her husband’s place of employment when they moved to Middleton in 1987. Nantaya considers Fuhrman & Dodge to be another loving family away from home. Outside of work, she loves to cook and travel.
Sarah Stroik is a paralegal with the Fuhrman & Dodge team. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Genetics from UW-Madison in 2000, and worked in sales support, recruiting, and human resources prior to earning her post-baccalaureate paralegal certificate from Madison College’s American Bar Association accredited paralegal program. Sarah is a member of Lambda Epsilon Chi, the National Paralegal Honor Society. As a paralegal, Sarah assists attorneys in the areas of employment law, bankruptcy, and business and civil litigation, especially landlord-tenant disputes, trusts and estates disputes, and real estate disputes. She provides valuable support to attorneys through legal research, document drafting, discovery compilation and analysis, file management, and scheduling, and is also a valuable co-strategist as attorneys prepare for depositions and trials. Sarah assists attorneys during complex civil trials through exhibit preparation and in-court exhibit presentation. She is familiar with civil procedure at all levels of Wisconsin’s state and federal court systems and has experience with the Illinois state and federal court system as well. Outside of work, Sarah enjoys going fishing, motorcycle rides, and taking naps.