Karen L. Riemer

Attonery Karen Riemer

Attorney Karen Riemer is an experienced legal advisor and effective dispute resolution agent with a diverse background in business management, human resources, litigation, insurance, fiduciary duty, elder advocacy and end of life and estate resolution issues.  In addition, Karen is especially skilled in negotiation and discovering creative solutions to overcoming roadblocks and resolving conflicts.

Karen is a graduate with honors of The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. with a business administration major and concentration in human resource management.  She graduated from the Marquette University Law School in 1999.  Attorney Riemer is also Certified Senior Professional in human resources by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM-SCP).  She is the daughter of an entrepreneur medical physicist inventor and has been involved in developing and supporting the family business,  Gammex, Inc., until she and other family members sold the business a few years ago.  This medical device business operated in multiple states with sales offices in Europe and exported product worldwide.  As an experienced business professional and administrator, she is especially skilled in organizational process improvement and effectiveness.

Karen’s early professional accomplishments include: Judicial Law Clerk for Judge Kathryn W. Foster 1998-1999 (Waukesha County); Intern for Justice Janine P. Geske of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, 1998; Judicial Law Clerk for Judge Patricia McMahon (1999-2000) (Milwaukee County) and Judicial Law Clerk to Presiding Judge Michael Hoover, Wisconsin Court of Appeals, District III (2000-2001).

She has served as Power of Attorney, Guardian, and Trustee for several family members and their estates and this experience has led her to engage in this area of law that so badly needs honest, reliable, trustworthy advocates for those who can no longer speak for themselves or for those who are left with the job of sorting out the assets and liabilities of an incapacitated living or deceased loved one, who may also be a family member.