New Hampshire Bar Association, New Hampshire Bar Association’s Elder Law, Estate Planning and Probate Law Section, NAELA (National Academy for Elder Law Attorneys); member also of its New Hampshire Chapter.
- University of Maine School of Law, J.D., 1999
- Union College, B.A., 1991
- Admitted to practice law in New Hampshire and Massachusetts
Speaking Engagements: Jennifer also serves as a guest speaker for various seminars and training sessions in conjunction with hospitals, various social service organizations, brokerage firms, banking institutions and insurance companies.
In 2003, I joined the Curtin Law Office, where I focus my practice on elder law and estate planning for individuals and businesses. If someone should ask me what I enjoy most about the practice of law, my answer is the same as my reason for wanting to enter the legal profession initially: “Helping people be successful and providing them with the tools to minimize stress in difficult situations.”
Whether I am assisting clients with their estate planning needs or helping individuals address their long term care concerns, I also find helping clients plan for the “what ifs” in life to be rewarding. Our firm’s approach to the law is very personalized and I enjoy working with clients, understanding their perspective and developing a plan that fits with their goals and objectives.
When I am not working, I enjoy spending time with my family, reading, running and good food.