Dayna is a paralegal at Raboin & Francis. She married her husband, Gary, in 1991 and moved to the Brainerd Lakes Area, where she began her legal career as a legal assistant at The Raboin Law Office. Dayna’s legal career has spanned several areas of the law. In October 2018, Dayna’s career path brought her back to Raboin & Francis, where she serves as John Raboin’s primary paralegal. Dayna and Gary have three children, Marisa, Dustin and Baylee, and two granddaughters. In her free time, Dayna enjoys boating, spending time with her granddaughters, and traveling with her husband.
Tiffany joined the Raboin & Francis team in 2022 as a paralegal for Attorney Michelle Francis. She graduated from Lake Superior College with a Legal Administrative Assistant degree in 2010 and was hired at a personal injury law firm in the Twin Cities. In 2016, she began working for a county attorney’s office also in the Twin Cities, where she worked for five years. After several years of enjoying the city life, she and her husband, Justin, made the decision to move back to the Brainerd Lakes Area as that was originally home for both of them. Justin and Tiffany have one son, Connor, and a Husky named Hershey. In her free time, Tiffany enjoys camping with her family, going to classic rock concerts, fishing, traveling, being at the beach, and having bingo date nights with her husband.
Carrie is the office manager at Raboin & Francis. She joined the team in 2022. She is currently working on a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration at Bemidji State University. Born and raised in the Brainerd Lakes Area, Carrie currently resides in Baxter with her husband, Ricky, and their children, Connor and Paige. The family enjoys visiting all the local attractions. Their favorites are playing at Big Jay's Pizza Arcade and walking through Stoney Brook at Fritz Loven Park.
Nicole is a legal writer at Raboin & Francis. She graduated from the University of Minnesota with a degree in Journalism, and also has a degree in Organizational Behavior from the College of St. Scholastica. Nicole has spent the majority of her professional career in communications and has a wide variety of writing experience. She lives in the country with her husband, their two younger sons, two dogs, a cat, and 12 chickens. In her free time, Nicole plays french horn in the Central Lakes Wind Symphony. She also enjoys traveling and taking camping trips with her family in their vintage camper trailers.
Amy rejoined the team at Raboin & Francis in 2021 as a paralegal/writer. She previously worked for the Firm for several years in the same position. She is a published author specializing in creative non-fiction. To her, the creative arts play an important roll in fostering an atmosphere of kindness in the world. Everybody has a story. Every story is important. Amy travels the world to collect stories. She spends her spare time planning the next adventure on her bucket list.