Amy Sullivan practices general business law with an emphasis on estate planning and real estate.

All the lawyers of Pinkert Law Firm understand the significant role that property plays in the lives of our clients and the success of their businesses.  Amy represents her clients by understanding the customs, practices and rules of engagement where the property is located — right here in Door County, knowing that where people live and work contributes to the heart of who they are.

Amy’s approach to estate planning is simple – she tailors each estate plan to meet the client’s individual financial and personal goals. By consulting with her clients and helping them define their overall financial and personal objectives, she personalizes estate plans that the clients understand. She drafts concise legal documents, works with her clients to have assets titled and transferred, and appropriately designates beneficiaries in accordance with their cohesive estate plan.

Amy additionally serves as a court-appointed guardian ad litem in Door and Kewaunee Counties to represent the interest of a person who may not be able to fully advocate for themselves.  She represents the best interest of children in custody and placement disputes and also advocates for the best interests of adults alleged to be incompetent in guardianship proceedings.  Amy enjoys serving in this important role in the legal process.

While not at the office, Amy likes spending time with her family and being outdoors.  She especially enjoys fishing and helping her husband Michael on his family’s produce farm in the summer and at the weekly Sturgeon Bay Farmers Market. She is also a member of Corpus Christi Catholic Church and serves as Secretary of the board for Money Management Counselors and Boys and Girls Club of Door County, Inc.

University of Wisconsin Law SchoolState Bar of Wisconsin
J.D, magna cum laude, 2012Door County Bar Association
Ripon College, B.A., 2009