Lyn was born and raised in Lima, Ohio and graduated from Elida High School. She received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from The University of Toledo and her master’s degree in Management and Leadership from Western Governors University.
Lyn is married and has 3 sons. Alex is going into his Sophomore year of college and is entertaining the idea of becoming a lawyer. Andy is going into his Senior year of high school has a college scholarship for baseball as a left-handed pitcher. Adam is going into 7th grade and is smarter and more athletic than either of his brothers and enjoys baseball as well.
Lyn is passionate about educating and helping middle class Americans to understand the devastating costs of Assisted Living and Long-Term Care to families. If you plan ahead, you can avoid many of these costs but if you did not we can still help. Call us regarding pre-planning for these costs or if you have an immediate need we can help as well.
Collins & Kruse understands the safe harbors in the law that allows for both the expert care of a loved one and the ability to save a lifetime of earnings. This maybe your first time through this, we have helped many and can educate you on the options that you have.
Stephanie is one of our elder law paralegals here at Collins & Kruse. Born and raised in central Ohio (O-H!), Stephanie completed her undergrad at Miami University and went on to receive her Paralegal Certificate from Capital University Law School where she finished first in her class. After working in various areas of the law including family law, personal injury, and criminal law; she found her passion in 2018 in the area of elder law, assisting families with obtaining benefits through Medicaid and the Department of Veterans Affairs. When a loved one needs long term care, it can be a difficult time both emotionally and financially. Stephanie is here to help guide you through the process and take some of the burden off you and your family’s shoulders as you navigate the process of moving to a care facility or bringing in home health care. She believes every family should be able to get the care they need for a loved one without having to spend through their life savings.
Outside of work, Stephanie and her husband, Glenn, live in Westerville with their dog and cat. You can often find them exploring the bike paths around town or competing with their trivia team. Stephanie loves to explore National Parks and has a bucket list goal to visit them all.
Christi was born and raised in Coshocton, Ohio and graduated from River View High School. She attended Central Ohio Area Technical College and then began starting her family.
Christi has three children; Devyn, Kayla and Jade. She also has the cutest granddaughter, Bristol Rose.
Christi has worked in the Elder Law field for the past 6 years. She is passionate about helping her clients get the benefits they deserve while still helping families preserve as many assets as possible. She is meticulous with your financials and documents making sure to provide what is needed to obtain those benefits. She looks forward to helping you and your family.
Natalie was born and raised in Lima, Ohio. She graduated from The Ohio State University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Pharmaceutical Science.
Natalie is married to her husband Dominic of 15 years and has 3 children. Sal, the oldest is in 7th grade and is a sports fanatic. Giada is 11 and has become quite the soccer star. Angelo is 5 and a typical ornery third child! Natalie enjoys spending time with her family, traveling and is a yoga enthusiast.
Natalie started her healthcare career as a pharmaceutical representative before transitioning into the senior healthcare industry. For the past 10 years, she has been involved in community relations for skilled and non-medical homecare companies. She enjoys networking with those in the industry to help seniors connect with all resources available to them.
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