Breitenstein Law Office

 

 

    About the Attorney

   MacKenzie J. Breitenstein, J.D.

   MacKenzie J. Breitenstein graduated valedictorian from Rochester Community High School in 2003. She went on to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree with high honors in History and German from Hanover College in 2007. She then attended Drake University Law School. While attending Drake, Mrs. Breitenstein served on the editorial board of the Drake Law Review, was named the 2009-2010 Iowa Supreme Court Scholar, and was awarded the 2010 American Law Institute-American Bar Association Scholarship & Leadership Award. She graduated from Drake University Law School in 2010 with highest honors and as a member of the Order of the Coif. Mrs. Breitenstein is now admitted to practice law in Indiana and before the U.S. District and Bankruptcy Courts for the Districts of Northern and Southern Indiana.

   MacKenzie Breitenstein is also a published author. She has written two articles concerning recent problems in real property law, bankruptcy law, and lending law.

  • MacKenzie J. Breitenstein, The Ideal Homestead Exemption: Avoiding Asset Conversion and Fraud but Still Protecting Dependents, 58 Drake L. Rev. 1121 (2010).

  • Justice David Baker & MacKenzie J. Breitenstein, History Repeats Itself:  Why Interest Rate Caps Pave the Way for the Return of the Loan Sharks, 127 Banking L.J. 581 (2010). 

   Mrs. Breitenstein is the daughter of Mike and Kathy Horn. She has three siblings, Samantha Goodman, Matthew Horn, and Meredith Masterson. She married Paul Breitenstein in July of 2007. She attends Macy Christian Church in Macy, Indiana, and is active there in ladies' aid, as co-director of vacation bible school, and as director of little church. She is also on the Advisory Board of the North Haiti Christian Mission and the United Way of Fulton County Board. 

Professional Organizations:

  • Fulton County Bar Association

  • Indiana Public Defender Council

  • Indiana Municipal Lawyers Association

  • Business Builders Chapter of BNI