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Elizabeth MeierElizabeth Meier
Elizabeth "Liz" A. Meier
Paralegal
60 South Sixth Street
Suite 2700
Minneapolis, MN 55402
P 612.341.9736
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Liz is a paralegal with the firm's Private Wealth Planning practice. She provides assistance in all stages of probate and trust administrations, guardianship and conservatorship administrations, and estate, trust and fiduciary litigation. Liz prepares and files pleadings, assists with litigation, and helps clients with administrations. She utilizes her extensive knowledge and experience to ensure proper case management and excellent client service.

Liz started her professional career in a specialized area of law helping clients navigate long term care planning before moving into probate, trust, guardianship, and conservatorship administrations. She received her bachelor's degree from the University of Minnesota and her paralegal training from Inver Hills Community College's American Bar Association-approved courses.

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University of Minnesota, B.A.
Inver Hills Community College, Paralegal Studies
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