Kristi Vetri, Attorney at Law
Why should I select Kristi Vetri and her staff to help me plan for the future?
For over 20 years, Kristi has been addressing the issues and needs of seniors and their families. She has help our clients and their families plan for the future, and protect them from the various dangers, problems, and pitfalls that can occur as people age.
Kristi will work to ensure that her clients maintain a safe and active quality of life and independent lifestyle for as long as possible. When a family crisis occurs, she will help guide the family through the many care choices that are available and assist with asset preservation.
With services ranging from long-term care planning, Medicaid planning, and special needs and disability planning, to preparing Living Wills, Trusts, as well as Powers of Attorney, Kristi will help her clients plan their futures with confidence and dignity.
I look forward to working with you.
Kristi Vetri’s Bio
Kristi Vetri built a successful law practice in Illinios and recently joined the law firm of Demersseman Jensen, LLP located in Rapid City, South Dakota. She is a frequent speaker on elder law issues for not-for-profit organizations, financial planning groups, senior citizen groups, governmental agencies and various independent living, assisted living and nursing home communities.
Ms. Vetri is currently an Associate Editor for the National Academy of Elder Law Attorney’s (NAELA) quarterly magazine, NALEA News and was recently named Co-Chairman for the 2009 NALEA annual meeting in Washinton D.C.. Kristi is a member of the American Bar Association, the State Bar of South Dakota,the Illinois Bar Association, the St. Clair County Bar Association and several professional organizations. She has spent 20 years in public service as an Alderman, Mayor, and Township Supervisor in O’Fallon, Illinios.
Ms. Vetri earned her B.S. degree, cum laude, from Frostburg State College, her M.P.A. degree in public administration, summa cum laude, from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, and her J.D. degree from St. Louis University where she was an editor of the Law Journal.