Jennifer serves as Counsel on the Firm's Trusts & Estates Team.
Since starting her practice in estate planning, Jennifer has always focused first on understanding the wishes and goals of her clients and their families, whether the client has simple estate planning needs or a multimillion dollar estate with complex assets. As Counsel in Gordon Feinblatt's Trusts & Estates Practice, Jen brings expertise to managing the interests of diverse clients, including closely held business owners, real estate developers, financial advisors, automotive dealers, attorneys, physicians, professors, as well as beneficiaries of multiple family trusts. By understanding her clients' personal needs, she aims to create the proper estate planning tools including wills, trusts, general powers of attorney, advance medical directives and other estate planning documents to ensure her clients' assets are protected and transferred efficiently. Jen also assists clients with charitable planning and business succession planning, administering estates and preparing estate and gift tax returns.
Jen began her legal career as a law clerk for the Honorable Peter B. Krauser (former Chief Judge) of the Maryland Court of Special Appeals (2004-2005). Prior to joining Gordon Feinblatt, she was Of Counsel and previously an associate at another prominent law firm in Baltimore.
Founding Member and Co-Chair, Bar Association of Baltimore City Estates and Trusts Committee
Member, Maryland State Bar Association Estate and Gift Tax Study Group
Member, Maryland State Bar Association: Real Property Trust and Estate Law Section
Member, American Bar Association: Real Property Trust and Estate Law Section
Member, Kennedy Krieger Institute Planned Giving Advisory Council
Co-Chair of Membership Committee, Baltimore Women's Giving Circle; Steering Committee Member (2017-2018)
Past Alumnae Vice-Chair of the Bryn Mawr School Annual Fund
Member, Baltimore Estate Planning Council
J.D., University of Maryland School of Law, 2004
B.A. , Cornell University, 2001
U.S. District Court of Maryland