When you meet with Lynda, you’ll notice immediately her gentle approach and calm demeanor. You’re not just working with an attorney who is creating your Will, trust, or completing your Medicaid application, you’re working with a compassionate person who wants to know you and your story.
For many, estate planning and planning for long-term care can be a complicated puzzle filled with anxiety. Lynda has the acute ability to comfort those in distress and can help guide you through these rough waters if you happen to be in them.
Lynda is a member of a number of professional legal associations, including the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) and the Elder Law Section of the Connecticut Bar Association. And, to make herself even more knowledgeable in the field of elder law, Lynda obtained an advanced degree – an LL.M. (Master of Laws) from Western New England School of Law in estate planning and elder law.
Outside of the office, Lynda enjoys bike riding, gardening, yoga, or playing with her grandson.