Annelore graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Veterinary Science and a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1996. After practising veterinary medicine in
Vicksburg and Kalamazoo, Michigan for 15 years, Annelore received her law degree from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 2011. Annelore practised law with Cannizzaro Legal, PLC, where her practice focused primarily on family law and probate matters, for seven years.
Annelore joined attorneys Brett Grossman and Andrew Horne in Vicksburg, Michigan, in January 2019, at Grossman, Horne & Cannizzaro, PC. Annelore’s practice focuses on guardianships and conservatorships, decedent estates and trust administrations, estate planning, special needs trusts, and mental health commitment matters. Annelore works closely with both the Kalamazoo County and Calhoun County probate courts and is frequently appointed in the role of Guardian ad Litem with these courts to advocate for disabled individuals’ best interests.
Annelore is a member of the State Bar of Michigan and the Kalamazoo County Bar Association and is licensed to practice law in all state courts in the State of Michigan. Annelore holds a certificate of completion from the Institute of Continuing Legal Education in Probate and Estate Planning, as well as in Family Law. Annelore is a member of the Vicksburg Rotary Club, and former board member of South County Community Services (2012-2017). She participates with the Kalamazoo County Pro Bono Probate Clinic regularly and volunteers her time with other local community charities and youth organizations to assist with legal matters.
Annelore has lived in the Vicksburg area for the past twenty years, with her husband Charlie, their three children, and an assortment of horses, dogs, cats, and goats. Annelore’s hobbies include horseback riding, travelling camping, and gardening.