Attorney Profiles

Hudson, Wisconsin, elder law and estate planning lawyers

Certified Elder Law Attorney Jennifer A. O’Neill

A certified elder law attorney (CELA®), Jennifer O’Neill focuses her entire practice on estate planning and elder law. She is dedicated to providing a warm and welcoming environment. Jennifer is a lawyer who appreciates the confidence and trust of her clients as she guides them through the process of making important personal decisions.

Jennifer has a strong knowledge base, classic education, and a wealth of personal and professional experience. These assets enable her to understand complex concepts and explain them in simple language. Consistently and actively seeking information pertinent to issues facing her clients, Jennifer strives to improve the resources available for those making choices for the future.

Her knowledge of the law allows Jennifer to provide a variety of appropriate options to individuals and families. Jennifer empowers people to turn their intentions into reality.

An honored graduate of William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota, Jennifer is a member of the State Bars of Wisconsin and Minnesota. She is a frequent public speaker on topics such as long-term care planning, estate planning, powers of attorney, and trusts. Jennifer currently serves on several boards associated with the River Falls Area Hospital. She also serves the Wisconsin Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) as Chair Elect and as an advisor to the State Bar of Wisconsin — Elder Law Section.

Motivated to offer clients an uplifting and empowering experience, Jennifer founded O’Neill Elder Law, LLC, in 2010. Conscious of the individual and their personal value, Jennifer is dedicated to providing an environment where everyone is treated with dignity and respect. She offers valuable insight and brings a human touch to her areas of expertise.

*Jennifer is certified as an elder law attorney (CELA) by the National Elder Law Foundation.

Attorney Amy K. Greske

Amy Greske joins O’Neill Elder Law after working for eight years with the Minnesota Senate. Most recently, she researched Health and Human Services topics including issues related to Medical Assistance and MinnesotaCare, long-term care, public program eligibility, and health care system regulations. Information she researched and compiled was routinely utilized by senators throughout the legislative process and when communicating with their constituents. Her position also required in-depth knowledge of the state’s public program system to assist Minnesotans with navigating their public program eligibility.  

Amy graduated magna cum laude from William Mitchell College of Law in 2014, and has since been a licensed attorney in Minnesota.  She lives in Hudson with her husband, Grant, and two girls, Molly and Rosie. She grew up on a family farm in Beldenville, Wisconsin, graduating from Ellsworth High School in 2004 and from the University of Minnesota in 2008.

Attorney Amy K. Greske

Amy Greske joins O’Neill Elder Law after working for eight years with the Minnesota Senate. Most recently, she researched Health and Human Services topics including issues related to Medical Assistance and MinnesotaCare, long-term care, public program eligibility, and health care system regulations. Information she researched and compiled was routinely utilized by senators throughout the legislative process and when communicating with their constituents. Her position also required in-depth knowledge of the state’s public program system to assist Minnesotans with navigating their public program eligibility.  

Amy graduated magna cum laude from William Mitchell College of Law in 2014, and has since been a licensed attorney in Minnesota.  She lives in Hudson with her husband, Grant, and two girls, Molly and Rosie. She grew up on a family farm in Beldenville, Wisconsin, graduating from Ellsworth High School in 2004 and from the University of Minnesota in 2008.