Aging In Michigan - September 2018

New Attorneys

More Great Lawyers Join CT

Attorney Sara Schimke has joined CT in our Southfield Office. “It seems like we have been recruiting Sara Schimke to join our firm forever,” says Attorney Amy Tripp. “Sara is one of the new leaders in Michigan’s elder law community, and we could not be more pleased that she was finally convinced that CT was the right place for her.” Among other things, Ms. Schimke is the current chair of the Elder Law and Disability Rights Section of the Michigan State Bar. She will continue her practice in the areas of long term care planning, special needs planning and probate litigation.


Attorney Jill Koney Daly has joined CT in our Southfield Office. Wondering how courts really work? What goes on behind the counter? Attorney Jill Koney Daly retired from her job as Register of the Oakland County Probate Court, a position she held for 11 years, and joined CT. “Talk about a wealth of knowledge,” says Attorney Chris Smith. “Having Ms. Koney Daly in the firm is a huge benefit to all of us.” Ms. Koney Daly is a graduate of the Detroit College of Law.


Attorney Chelsea Utt has joined CT in our Midland Office. Ms. Utt is a graduate of the MSU College of Law. She is native of Petoskey and received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Albion College. Ms. Utt is now focusing her practice in the areas of probate litigation and estate planning.




Attorney Ernscie Augustin has joined CT in our East Lansing Office. Ms. Augustin is originally from Florida but came to East Lansing to earn an undergraduate degree in Political Science, a Master’s degree in Human Development and Family Studies, and finally her law degree – all from MSU. Ms. Augustin clerked with CT before becoming licensed, and will now focus her practice in the area of probate litigation.


Anne CampauAttorney Anne Campau has joined CT in our Jackson Office. Ms. Campau is a native of Jackson, Michigan and earned her law degree from the University of Michigan. Since law school she has practiced law in the Jackson community, where she has raised her family and been involved in numerous community activities. Ms. Campau will be practicing in the areas of estate planning and long term care planning.


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