Seeking a New Attorney to Join Our Team

Our clients put a lot of trust in us. Whether they are planning well in advance of a decline in health or asking for help in a crisis involving long-term care, we at Keystone Elder Law know that being smart about the law is not enough. Legal and financial decisions are not made in a vacuum. Parents worry about the future for their children; children want their aging parents to have the best care and support possible. Our team is comprised of professionals with distinct skill sets that come together to solve problems and provide families with peace of mind. Each member of our team applies technical skills with empathy and compassion for the client and family. If this sounds like a team you would like to join, read on!

Keystone Elder Law P.C. is looking for an attorney who will focus on estate planning, public benefits planning for long-term care, and estate administration. We have well established systems in our office. Our new attorney must be willing to learn our systems and work with team members to provide holistic service to clients. We will consider attorneys with any level of experience in this area of law, and we will teach a less experienced attorney everything that goes into serving our clients. The most important requirement is that the attorney have excellent writing skills, an exceptional worth ethic and attention to detail, and the humility to know that there is always more to learn and ways to serve clients outside of the traditional law firm model.

Specific duties will include the following:

  • Meeting with clients and developing planning strategies
  • Drafting and reviewing estate planning and elder law planning documents
  • Managing and reviewing estate administration matters
  • Responding to client questions about existing plans
  • Developing relationships with other providers of services that enrich the lives of older adults
  • Writing articles and presenting seminars to educate the public about planning for the future

Compensation and benefits:

  • The attorney will earn a salary of at least $75,000. A higher salary will depend on the attorney’s relevant experience. Performance-based bonuses will be provided for consistently high-quality work.
  • Health, dental, and vision coverage; 401(k) retirement account.
  • Convenient free parking

How to Apply

Send a résumé and cover letter by email to Patrick Cawley at The cover letter should explain your interest in the firm and the practice of estate planning and elder law.

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