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Suzanne Scheller
Charter Member
Elder Law

11660 Theatre Drive North, Suite 260, Champlin, MN 55316


Suzanne Scheller is a second-career lawyer, having gained invaluable life experience prior to becoming an attorney that enhance her services for working Minnesotans. As a solo practitioner with Scheller Legal Solutions LLC, Suzanne Scheller focuses her practice on the field of elder law, including elder abuse and neglect litigation, financial exploitation, elder mediation, estate planning, and other areas of elder law. Suzy often works as co-counsel with Kenneth L. LaBore, Esq. to represent vulnerable adults in elder abuse litigation claims. She is active in the elder law community, including furthering the voice of elder and disabled clients through legal representation; consultation with families; and other advocacy efforts such as policy initiatives and legislative reform.

Lisha Prater Seery
Distinguished Lawyer
Elder Law

1304 Battlefield St, Springfield, MO 65804, USA


Lisha A. Prater Seery received her law degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law in December, 1994. Current member of the following: American Bar Association, Missouri Bar Association, National Association of Elder Law Attorneys, Academy of Special Needs Planners, National Care Planning Council, and several sub-committees of these organizations. VA Accredited.

Carlynn Senak
Charter Member
Elder Law

28 W Chicago Road, Ste. 1G, Coldwater, MI 49036


David A. Smith
Charter Member
Elder Law

500 Old Country Rd., Suite 109, Garden City, NY 11530


David A. Smith is the sole proprietor of a Garden City, NY law firm practicing in the areas of contested guardianships, guardianships, contested estate proceedings, estate planning, estate administration, defending Medicaid collection litigation, Medicaid planning, Medicaid applications, Medicaid fair hearings, Mental Hygiene Law retention and outpatient treatment cases, “right to die” cases, and general civil litigation. Mr. Smith also serves as counsel to prominent members of the medical malpractice and personal injury bar in connection with the resolution of Medicaid liens and other claims against plaintiffs’ settlement or judgment proceeds. He has frequently lectured to New York State and local bar associations, seminars for judges, law school classes and lay groups on guardianship litigation, ethics in the representation of elderly and disabled clients, estate litigation, "right to die" issues, and satisfaction of Medicaid liens and claims.

R. Eric Solem
Charter Member
Elder Law

3333 S Bannock St, Ste 900, ENGLEWOOD, CO 80110


Eric founded the firm in 1990. He received his JD from the University of Wisconsin Law School and is licensed in both Wisconsin and Colorado. Eric has practiced before the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, 8th Circuit Court of appeals and the United States Supreme Court. His current emphasis is in the drafting of special needs trusts and Medicaid and Medicare lien resolution. Eric's successes include numerous elder law cases in the appellate courts and federal and state lower courts. He won the only Colorado State cases establishing restrictions on Medicaid estate recoveries and Medicaid personal injury liens.