The Missouri Bar 2012 Solo and Small Firm Conference

Lois Zerrer

Lois M. Zerrer
Zerrer Elder Law Office, LLC
Springfield


Ms. Lois M. Zerrer practices Elder Law, Probate, and Estate Planning. She received her J.D. degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1984. She is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, and a former president of the Missouri Chapter of NAELA. She is a member and former Chair of The Missouri Bar Elder Law Committee. She also serves on The Missouri Bar Probate and Trust Committee and the Springfield Metropolitan Bar Association Probate Committee. She is a frequent speaker on Elder Law issues at business, professional and social organizations in Springfield and Southwest Missouri. She is a volunteer lawyer with Legal Services of Southern Missouri and is a recipient of the Pro Bono Publico Award from The Missouri Bar.

Lois was invited to membership in the Special Needs Alliance, a national collective of attorneys dedicated to disability and public benefits law. She is member of the Public Policy Committee which advocates for legislation to benefit special needs clientele.

Lois has served on several city and community boards. She is an Elder at First and Calvary Presbyterian Church. She previously served as Chair of the Board of the Alzheimer’s Association of Southwest Missouri and has served on the Board of the Springfield Workshop, Inc. She was appointed by Governor Nixon to serve as the elder law attorney member of the Alzheimer’s State Plan Task Force for the State of Missouri.