About Suzy

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.

Suzy Scheller is a graduate of Hamline University School of Law and is admitted to practice in Minnesota, the United States District Court for Minnesota, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. She is also a Qualified Neutral under Minnesota Rule 114 in the areas of mediation and arbitration.

Suzanne Scheller is a founder of Elder Voice Family Advocates, a founding Board member of the Minnesota Elder Justice Center, adjunct faculty member at Mitchell Hamline School of Law, an editor of the Elder Law Handbook produced by Minnesota CLE, former Chair of the Governing Council for the Elder Law Section of the Minnesota State Bar Association, and frequent speaker on issues related to elder law and vulnerable adults.

Suzy and her husband Joe have been married for over 25 years and enjoy time with their four children. She was trained as a math educator and previously worked in the areas of education, development, and information technologies prior to returning to law school. Suzy enjoys an active lifestyle swimming, biking, cross country skiing, and running (well jogging really). She remains active in her community, volunteering at school, church, and community functions.

Her passion in life is to help others.