Watching clients take ownership of who will care for them, manage their assets, raise their children - and becoming deeply involved in the HOW of those things, is exciting every single time.
Originally an entertainment lawyer, Patricia took a break for a few years as a SAHM and wasn’t sure she’d ever go back. Nine years later, inspired by watching her best friend – an estate planning lawyer who she describes as the happiest, most intellectually and satisfied lawyer she knows – she decided to get an LLM and go back and open a brand new practice in estate planning.
The best part of her new career? Hands down, helping clients feel powerful and organized. “Everyone thinks estate planning is doom and gloom and fancy mansions and death and taxes. Watching clients take ownership of who will care for them, manage their assets, raise their children - and becoming deeply involved in the HOW of those things, is exciting every single time. From an 18 year old off to college to a divorcing client in her 70s (and every couple and new parent in between) it just never gets old.”
Patricia is 54, married with two teenage sons. She was a cheerleader in high school and always gifts pompoms and megaphones to her son's soccer teams. She has won awards for greening projects and has written grants to plant hundreds of trees in her Bay Area neighborhood. She seems both like a powerhouse and a lot of fun, and since we agree that every woman should have an estate plan, we encourage you to check out her events on Revel!
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