Lisa Celler

Lisa cellerAssociate Attorney

Lisa joined the Law Office of Ann Marshall Robbeloth, PC in November of 2005. Lisa worked in the field of estate planning for more than a decade, before she was admitted to the California State Bar in May of 2017. Her practice areas include estate planning and trust administration.

She enjoys supporting and educating families to plan for the future by establishing well thought out estate plans. Lisa spends much of her time supporting families through the administration of trusts. She is able to facilitate a team approach to this process by working directly with CPAs, care managers, doctors, real estate agents and other professionals, thereby allowing her clients to continue to live their lives when they have the added responsibility of being a fiduciary.

She is a notary public and a member of the National Notary Association. Lisa holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology, with a minor in Political Science, from San Jose State University. She received her Juris Doctor from Lincoln Law School in San Jose. While at Lincoln Law School Lisa served as Editor-in-Chief of the Law Review and joined the Inns of Court.

Lisa was Valedictorian of her graduating class at Lincoln Law School, a title which is awarded to the graduating student who has the highest cumulative grade point average. While at Lincoln, Lisa received the Patricia A. Grossman Memorial Award that is presented to a student who has demonstrated outstanding skill in Legal Research and Writing. Lisa also received the D.J. Murphy Memorial Scholarship Award for the highest grade point average as a Third Year student, and the James F. Boccardo Memorial Scholarship that is awarded to a student who, over a three year period, has exhibited distinction in the areas of professional competency, wisdom, concern and compassion.