Schuyler A. Tilson-Doheny
Schuyler is passionate about preserving her clients' history while ensuring that their future is protected. Her legal practice is founded upon cultural sensitivity and seeking to understand her client's unique needs. The practice areas she practices in are estate planning, probate, guardianships, and Native American law. Schuyler previously worked for two and a half years as a Staff Attorney for the Ho-Chunk Nation, a Native American tribe in Wisconsin.
Schuyler grew up in Northfield, Minnesota, where she attended a Spanish-immersion school. Schuyler received her undergraduate degree from Augsburg College with a focus in History, American Indian Studies, and Spanish. She earned her law degree from William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul (now Mitchell-Hamline). Skye, as her family calls her, lives with her husband (Jesse) and two cats (Creedence and Nino) in St. Louis Park.
Admitted to the Minnesota Bar
Admitted to the Ho-Chunk Nation Bar
Minnesota American Indian Bar Association, Special Member
Ho-Chunk Nation Bar Association, Member
Certified Guardian ad litem