Morgan Rogalke

Kreis Enderle Morgan Rogalke

Contact Information:

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mrogalke@kreisenderle.com
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Education:

  • Michigan State University College of Law, Juris Doctor, 2019
  • Michigan State University, Dual Bachelors of Science in Human Biology and Nutritional Science, with honors, 2016
    • Lyman Briggs College
    • The Honors College
    • Minor in Health Promotions
  • Michigan Institute of Continuing Education
    • Probate and Estate Planning Certificate

Community Involvement:

  • Glass Art Kalamazoo
    • Secretary and Member of the Board
  • Elder Abuse Prevention Coalition

Bar Admissions:

  • Michigan
  • U.S. District Court, Western District of Michigan

Memberships:

  • State Bar of Michigan
    • Elder Law & Disability Rights, Probate & Estate Planning, and Young Lawyers Sections
  • Kalamazoo County Bar Association

Morgan Rogalke is an associate in the firm’s Portage office, where she counsels clients in wealth preservation and wealth transfer strategies.

Skilled in various aspects of estate planning, Morgan routinely prepares wills, general and special needs trusts, powers of attorney, and focuses on planning for long-term care needs with expertise in elder law, including Medicaid applications. She also represents clients in probate administration and litigation proceedings. As a court-appointed guardian ad litem in Kalamazoo County, Morgan advocates for the best interests of incapacitated adults and developmentally disabled individuals involved in guardianship and conservatorship proceedings.

Morgan earned dual undergraduate degrees, with honors, in human biology and nutritional science as a student in Michigan State University’s Lyman Briggs College. A Spartan through and through, Morgan remained in East Lansing to pursue her Juris Doctor from MSU College of Law, complementing her classroom learning as a student clinician with the school’s Immigration Law Clinic and as a legal extern with the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development. During her final year of law school, Morgan clerked with a small estate planning firm where she was immersed in the mechanics of estate planning and administration, setting her on the path to her current practice.

When not studying, she worked as a certified personal trainer, teaching fitness classes at the university and two YMCA branches, and provided mentoring and companionship to a client with cognitive disabilities as an aide with a home healthcare agency. When not practicing law, Morgan is a fitness enthusiast and enjoys anything outdoors.