Over the course of 25 years, Suzanne has built a general civil litigation practice that includes representing clients who have personal injury, insurance coverage or employment issues. At the same time, she has provided estate planning for her clients – everything from drafting wills and trusts to the probate of estates. Guardianship and conservatorship, as well assisting families who have children or adults with special needs rank among Suzanne’s areas of expertise. She has appeared before and drafted numerous briefs to the Minnesota Court of Appeals and the Minnesota Supreme Court. Suzanne’s ethics and legal ability have earned the highest rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the premier attorney rating service.
Suzanne complements her traditional practice in many ways. She has dedicated hundreds of hours of service as a volunteer attorney with the Children’s Law Center of Minnesota, representing children who are in foster care or wards of the state. She lectures at various client seminars and for continuing legal education programs in her practice areas. As a member of the panel of arbitrators with the American Arbitration Association, Suzanne is routinely selected by parties to act as their arbitrator. Additionally, she has completed the extensive mediation training required by the Minnesota Supreme Court.
Suzanne graduated from William Mitchell College of Law in 1987 and practiced for a number of years with Stringer & Rohleder, Ltd. in St. Paul. Before law school, the Sauk Centre native attended the College of St. Teresa in Winona and the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.
Suzanne lives with her family in Eagan, where she volunteers with the Board of Directors for the Eagan Foundation, Inc. and as a faith formation instructor at her church.
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