It has come time to retire and pass the torch.

There are a couple of clients with cases to complete and you know who you are. Your cases will be brought to a conclusion without delay or drop-off in performance.

For all of you who trusted me with your legal needs over the past 31 years of service—thank you! My heart is full of gratitude.

Please allow me to introduce my successor in law Hannah Scheidecker of the SCHEIDECKER LAW OFFICE. Hannah has assumed my chair for the public service practice in guardianship and conservatorship cases and the civil commitment cases.

If you wonder how a lawyer serving people with developmental disabilities, mental illnesses, drug and alcohol dependencies, or diminished capacities might help those with other legal needs consider how an understanding of these (sometimes) hidden burdens can affect the role your lawyer serves. Knowing the issues and resources is not for the niche practitioner. I urge you to talk with Hannah about your concerns or those of your loved one.

Hannah is licensed in Minnesota and North Dakota state courts. Thank you, Hannah!

"For all of its uncertainty, we cannot flee the future."
-Barbara Jordan