Suzanne E. Grandchamp is a wayshower, a sherpa, a guide. Through her writing and her mentoring, she helps her clients transmute their pain into power. Suzanne provides the knowledge, resources, confidence and personal experience to help them transcend – whether it be self-limiting beliefs and familial patterns, apathy, ignorance or fear of the unknown.
She is the author of numerous blog posts (access them here) and the award-winning book Marriages End. Families Don’t. Divorce Wisely. The essential handbook for navigating the process of divorce. The book garnered a 2016 Independent Publisher Silver Award and a 2016 eLIT Gold Award. Buy the book here.
A little more about Suzanne...
Prior to becoming a full-time author and mentor, Suzanne practiced law for twenty-six years as a renown family law attorney. She is both a “Super Lawyer” and one of the “Top Women Attorneys” in the state of Minnesota. Her firm continues in the capable hands of Callea Butz, Esq., who manages the practice. Suzanne provides strategy and support, on a limited, as-needed basis.
In addition to being an attorney, Suzanne is a licensed commercial pilot and retired flight instructor, who worked previously as a corporate pilot. She is also a California Licensed Professional Fiduciary (CLPF) and National Certified Guardian (NCG).
Suzanne is a graduate of the Mitchell Hamline School of Law and the University of Minnesota. She is admitted to practice before the State of Minnesota, the U.S. District Court Minnesota, the Eighth Circuit and the United States Supreme Court.
Outside of the office, Suzanne enjoys hiking with her dog, riding horseback, laughing at her own jokes, teaching others about the Tarot and PSYCH-K®, and donating her services as a Reiki Master.
The accomplishment I’m most proud of is becoming a capable horsewoman, with a solid skillset. Noted horse whisperer, the late Tom Dorrance, said of horsemanship:
“First you go with the horse. Then the horse goes with you. Then, you go together.”
Horses helped me to evolve from passivity (“go with the horse”), to aggression (“horse goes with you”), and finally, into a person who is both calmly assertive and a true partner (“go together”). I am in “true partnership” with both my horses and my clients. That is, where everyone’s needs are valuable, taken into consideration, and balanced.
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