Jessica joined the Montco Elder Law team in 2019 as a Legal Assistant with the goal of pursuing her law degree and becoming an attorney. She graduated cum laude from Widener University Delaware Law School, earning her Juris Doctor in 2023. Jessica continued to work as a Legal Assistant while attending law school, which allowed her to supplement her legal education with practical experience. Although she is a newer attorney, she has years of experience interacting with clients and discussing their legal issues; furthermore, she has a more recent perspective on analyzing legal issues and applying clients’ facts and circumstances to the complex theories of law.

Jessica maintains an interest in practicing Orphans’ Court litigation, in addition to practicing estate and elder law. During her time at law school, Jessica was a member of the Moot Court Honor Society. While on MCHS, Jessica achieved First Place in the Distinguished Jurist Moot Court competition in 2023, and she was awarded for submitting the best Appellate Briefs in 2021 and 2022. She can apply her legal research and effective writing skills to address any extraordinary issues that clients may face within the fields of estate and elder law, including Guardianships, Will Contests, Probate Estate litigation, and Trust Administration litigation, to name a few.



Wills and Trusts/Powers of Attorney/Healthcare Advance Directives

Asset Protection Planning

Medicaid Planning/Applications


Probate and/or Non-Probate Estate Administration



Pennsylvania, 2024



Widener University Delaware Law School: J.D., 2023, cum laude

West Chester University of Pennsylvania: B.S. in Criminal Justice, 2017, magna cum laude



Jessica is a life-long resident of Pennsylvania, growing up in Hatfield and currently residing in Lansdale with her husband. She plans to create a family of her own, and in the meantime enjoys spending time with her husband and their families, going for walks and hiking, attending concerts, and painting.