Jessica joined Wessels Law Office (now Wessels & Liebau) in 2016. She is a graduate of Marquette University Law School (cum laude) and of St. Norbert College (summa cum laude). Jessica is on the board of the Elder Law and Special Needs Planning Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin, and is the Editor of the Elder Law and Special Needs Planning Journal of Wisconsin. Jessica is an active member of the national and Wisconsin chapters of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA and WI-NAELA), the Ozaukee Bar Association, and the Association of Women Lawyers. She presents frequently to other attorneys as well as the public on topics related to her practice areas. In addition to her client work, Jessica volunteers her time with numerous local organizations. In particular, she is a member of the Life Navigators, Inc. Trust Committee, and is on the Board of Directors for the Mequon-Thiensville Chamber of Commerce, where she also serves on the executive board as Secretary. She is also a member of the Ozaukee County Interdisciplinary Team (I-Team) on Elder Abuse.
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Attorney Jessica Liebau enjoys practicing elder law and special needs planning because it allows her to solve complex problems in a creative way.
Jessica is a partner at Wessels & Liebau LLC. She focuses her practice primarily in the areas of elder law, special needs planning, estate planning, guardianship, guardian-ad-litem, and estate and trust administration. She is a trained elder law mediator, although most often these skills are applied to private family meetings, negotiations with care facilities, disputes with government agencies, resolving issues as part of a larger court proceeding, or developing plans that seek to avoid these disputes in the first place. She has extensive courtroom experience, but works to avoid court when unnecessary.