About Lee Reimann
Hi, I’m Lee Reimann. I was a Family Caregiver for nine years.
I’m also a retired certified public accountant and attorney who specialized in estate planning.
I have decades of experience helping clients in a financial and legal capacity as they confront issues related to the later stages of life.
But more importantly, I was a Family Caregiver—just like you.
I spent at least 20 hours a week helping care for my Dad, who lived in our house and had dementia.
Caregiving is a journey. I know that firsthand. And I’m here to help.
I was born in Princeton, NJ, but I’ve lived in Michigan for the past twenty-five years. My mother was an entrepreneur and my father was an attorney.
My biggest passion is for family – for my own and for any family struggling with these important issues.
My career as a certified public accountant and a practicing attorney specializing in estate planning gave me decades of opportunity to help clients in a financial and legal capacity as they confront issues related to the later stages of life. I am now taking that experience and applying it toward leading caregivers and families through steps necessary to about the aging process.
My biggest passion is for family – for my own and for any family struggling with these important issues. The later stages of life don’t have to be a secret concern among your tribe. Having legal documents and preparing estates is important, but not more important than ensuring the well-being of a family. I choose to work alongside my clients, so that we can create a plan that succeeds for all in terms of Love and Legacy.
For those who want to know a little more about my professional background, I am a member in good standing of the State Bar of Michigan, a Registered Accountant with the State of Michigan, and a member of the American Association on Aging. I have been admitted to practice before the United States Tax Court. I am a graduate of Claremont McKenna College and Thomas M. Cooley Law School (J.D., magna cum laude).
In my community, I have been active in the East Lansing Rotary Club (including a term as president), and on the board of the Legal Services of South Central Michigan. I am a former commissioner of the East Lansing Planning Commission, and an elder and former treasurer of Eastminster Presbyterian Church.
I am proud to carry on my mother’s passion for real estate and entrepreneurship and my father’s expertise in tax, business, and estate and gifting law and would love to share my life’s lessons with you.