DeWitt Welcomes Experienced Family Law Attorney Anna L. Loess to its Madison Office

Mar 2, 2020 | Michelle M. Friedman

MADISON | MILWAUKEE | MINNEAPOLIS – DeWitt LLP announced today attorney Anna L. Loess joined its Madison office as an attorney practicing in its family law and estate planning groups.

Her practice focuses on family law, elder law, estate planning, and probate/trust matters.  In the area of family law she represents clients with a broad range of legal issues, to include divorce and legal separation, maintenance, child support, physical placement and custody issues, property division and complex division issues including retirement and business assets, paternity actions, grandparent visitation, same-sex litigation matters, litigation cases involving never-married parties, elder law divorce matters, and pre- and post-nuptial marital property agreements.

Loess is well versed in elder law matters; most especially in legal situations involving guardianships, conservatorships, elder abuse issues and family law matters that involve parties with long-term care needs or public benefits considerations.

She earned her J.D., from DePaul University College of Law and her B.A., from the University of Missouri.   She is admitted to practice in Illinois, Wisconsin, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, the United States District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin and the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.

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Michelle joined DeWitt in January 2011 as the Director of Marketing and is responsible for the marketing, public relations, and business development efforts of the firm. For more information please contact Michelle Friedman by phone at 262.754.2877.

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