• Staff Attorney
    Staff Attorney

    Megan Klaeger

    Megan Klaeger graduated from Indiana University Maurer School of Law. While attending IU, Megan interned at public defender offices in Bedford, Indiana; Burnet, Texas; New York, NY; and Washington, D.C. After graduating, Megan returned to Marble Falls to open her own office where she focused on criminal, family, and CPS matters. Through her work, both during and after law school, Megan was concerned by the number of individuals needing affordable, holistic, and dedicated legal representation. In order to help meet this need, Megan founded the Highland Lakes Legal Center in 2016.

    Since returning to Marble Falls, Megan has been active in the community. Megan is on the Marble Falls Chamber of Commerce Advisory Board, the Marble Falls ISD Health and Wellness Committee, and is the founder of the Marble Falls Dog Park. Megan also serves as the Assistant County Attorney in Blanco County.

  • Director

    Bobi DeLancey

    Bobi DeLancey was born in raised in the Marble Falls area. After Graduating from Marble Falls High School in 2010, she went on to attend college at Texas Tech University and later transferred to Baylor University. After returning home, Bobi decided to pursue a Paralegal Career and obtained her Paralegal Certificate from the University of Texas. She is currently the Director of Highland Lakes Legal Center and works a Paralegal for The Law Office of Robert A. Klaeger.

    Bobi is married with two children and understands the importance of family and community. She is passionate about HLLC because she understands the needs of this community and the surrounding areas. She believes that having an attorney who will provide fair and equal representation to defend their clients should not be determined by whether they can afford an attorney. This is why she strives to allow HLLC to offer a wide variety of services to their clients who come from all backgrounds.

  • Paralegal

    Sandra Martinez

    Sandra Martinez was raised in Llano and attended Llano School District. With the aid of Literacy Highland Lakes, Sandra has moved forward with her education and is now attending CTC pursuing her career as a Paralegal. Sandra is a prime example of the outcome of what these non-profit organizations do for the community.

    Sandra is a mother of four. She worked as a Certified Nurses Aid for 10 years helping and caring for the elderly. Her passion for helping others has pushed her to expand and reach out to pursue a career in law. Has recently joined our team with the passion of wanting to help the community and grow with Highland Lakes Legal Center. Sandra is bi-lingual in English and Spanish and has opened to door to our Spanish speaking community.