Theressa Hollis, J.D., is a partner with the law firm of Fitzwater Meyer Hollis & Marmion, LLP. Her practice emphasizes legal issues unique to the elderly and their families, including guardianship and conservatorship proceedings, probate estates, trust administration, and estate planning. She specializes in emergency (“temporary”) guardianships and conservatorships.
Ms. Hollis is a frequent volunteer at the Legal Aid Services’ Senior Law Project; a faculty speaker for the Oregon Law Institute and the Multnomah Bar Association on the issues of probate administration and guardianships; she is a member of the Clackamas Adult Abuse Training and Staffing team, the Guardian/Conservator Association of Oregon, the Clackamas, Multnomah and Oregon State Bar Associations, and a member of the Elder Law and Estate Planning Sections of the Oregon State Bar Association. She is also president of the board of trustees for Guardian Partners, a non-profit that monitors guardianships and trains newly appointed fiduciaries. Ms. Hollis holds a J.D. from Willamette University College of Law in Salem, Oregon.