Eckert Byrne’s Kristin N.G. Dzialo Spoke at Boston Bar Association’s Webinar, “Special Drafting Considerations for Elderly Clients”

BOSTON, February 16, 2021 – Eckert Byrne attorney Kristin N.G. Dzialo spoke at the Boston Bar Association’s (BBA) webinar, “Special Drafting Considerations for Elderly Clients,” on February 11, 2021. Dzialo and fellow panelists discussed special considerations for advising elderly clients, including proper language concerning end of life decision-making and care, and the importance of counseling clients on the implications of including or excluding certain powers from their documents with an eye towards protecting the client and achieving his/her planning goals. 

With over a decade of experience in Trusts & Estates law, Dzialo is Eckert Byrne’s lead estate planning attorney, and manages the firm’s probate and trust administration practice. She also oversees maintenance of clients’ estate plans. Dzialo provides clients with exceptional representation and prioritizes client relationships, using compassion and clarity, even for the most complex matters. 

The Boston Bar Association is Massachusetts’s premier legal institution, bringing together the brightest and most influential people to lead at the forefront of the profession. Its mission is to advance the highest standards of excellence for the legal profession, facilitate access to justice, foster a diverse and inclusive professional community, and serve the community at large. The BBA has nearly 13,000 members drawn from private practice, corporations, government agencies, legal aid organizations, the courts, and law schools.

About Eckert Byrne LLC

Based in Cambridge, MA, Eckert Byrne LLC is an esteemed life and legacy planning law firm. Founded in 2009 by attorney Anna Eckert Byrne, the firm’s approach is built on the belief that estate plans should encompass more than just the transfer of tangible assets and should reflect a person’s values and goals. Based on this philosophy, Eckert Byrne provides a caring and holistic approach to estate and legacy planning, including estate planning and estate (probate) and trust administration