A Wyoming native, Marty L. Oblasser attended the University of Wyoming to obtain both her undergraduate and juris doctor degrees. Marty began her career as attorney in the Legacy Planning Department with a law firm in Casper, Wyoming. During that time, Marty successfully argued Utley v. Lankford, 2013 WY 65, before the Wyoming Supreme Court. In 2015, Marty became the managing partner with Wyoming’s oldest law firm, Corthell and King Law Office, P.C., and is currently licensed to practice law in the State of Wyoming as well as the United States District Court for the District of Wyoming. Additionally, Marty works for the Wyoming Supreme Court as the Project Manager for the installation of the Chancery Court. In the past, Marty has taught for the University of Wyoming’s College of Business.
When not in the office, Marty enjoys presenting seminars to the community about various estate planning and business law matters. She has been quoted in over 100 media outlets across the country, including CNBC, CBS, Anchorage Daily News, Minnesota Public Radio, and The Boston Globe. Marty has also had the opportunity to write for WealthCounsel, a national network of transactional and estate law attorneys, CPAs and financial advisors, regarding Wyoming Limited Liability Companies (GreenHunter Energy, Inc.: The Rare Case When the Limited Liability Veil will be Pierced in Wyoming [and Probably in Every Other Jurisdiction]) and a multi-jurisdictional review of LLC case law decided in 2015 around the nation (Hindsight is 20/20: A Review of Selected 2015 LLC Cases). Additionally, Marty was invited by the Wyoming State Bar, National Business Institute, Wealth Counsel, and the Trust and Estates Symposium to present continuing legal education courses for her peers.
Marty, and her husband, Erik, reside in Laramie, Wyoming with their daughter and two dogs. They enjoy traveling, hunting, fishing, and generally all things outdoors. She also enjoys participating in the Big Brothers, Big Sisters program, serving on community boards, and providing pro bono legal services to those who cannot afford an attorney through the Equal Justice Wyoming program.