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Jillayne Y. Verich

Jillayne-Verich@mennlaw.com

Born and raised in Wisconsin, Jill made the Fox Valley her home upon graduating from law school and coming to work for Menn Law Firm, Ltd. in 2000.  Jill’s practice focuses on estate planning, probate, business, real estate and taxation.  Jill uses her expertise in these areas to deliver top notch legal advice and service to her clients.  Jill brings a level of caring and empathy to each client’s situation that some lawyers may lack.  Jill’s strong work ethic allows her to meet client’s needs in a timely and efficient manner.  Jill’s primary concern with each client is that the client’s needs are professionally met while the end result is catered to the client’s best interest.

Jill calls Winneconne home where she lives with her husband, John and their five children.  In addition to spending time with family, Jill enjoys cooking, reading, being active and spending warm summer days on the water.

Admitted to Practice

State of Wisconsin
Eastern and Western District Courts of Wisconsin

Professional Association Memberships

American Bar Association
State Bar of Wisconsin
Outagamie Bar Association
Member Fox Valley Estate Planning Council

Activities/Achievements

President, Director, Past Secretary – The Housing Partnership of the Fox Cities
Past Director, Vice President and President – Reach Counseling Services
Past Director – Volunteer Center for East Central Wisconsin
Guest Lecturer for University of Wisconsin Law School Lawyering Skills Program
Past Columnist for Post Crescent on various business topics

Education

University of Wisconsin-Madison, B.A. with distinction (1996)
University of Wisconsin Law School, J.D. (2000)

Statement

“As lawyers, we have earned the privilege to assist, advocate and guide our clients through the various legal matters they bring to us. It is with extreme honor and enthusiasm that I engage in this privilege. I give each client the respect, attention and advocacy that his/her matter deserves, regardless of the legal scope of the matter.”