Michelle (Mickey) Sajbel, is a Paralegal and an Office Administrator for Robert A. Lees and Associates. She facilitates introducing and advising clients to the capability of the law firm by greeting clients either via email or a phone conversation and directs them who they need to speak to or how she can help them. She is involved with the business aspect of Corporate Maintenance when starting a new company involving a PLLC, Periodic Filing, and Corporate Maintenance. She is extremely organized and makes sure follow up is essential.
She taught initially with Douglas County and later Cherry Creek School Districts for a total of 16 years. She worked with special needs children and thoroughly enjoyed communicating with individuals via verbal and basic American sign language.
Mickey has been involved with law for the past 5 years, mainly being involved with the preparation of trial and research. She is the calm in the court room for everyone.
Mickey graduated with a Bachelor of Science with a double major from University of Boulder in Psychology and English. This has enabled her to understand and relate to clients that may have concerns with either their DORA issues or developing a company for either therapy or coaching. She loves writing and producing documents. She has two successful children, a son, and a daughter, that are now adults at ages 31 and 29, and are independently working and living on their own.
She has enjoyed helping children with Diabetes Mellitus and education. She enjoys walking 5Ks, skiing, both snow and water, home renovation projects, traveling all over the states and scuba diving when possible.
Mickey appreciates being able to continue to help clients with whatever their needs are and tries to be very efficient doing so.