Carah Kiley is an estate planning and probate attorney with KLG Estate Planning & Probate Attorneys. Carah works with both individuals and families throughout Massachusetts and New Hampshire to create and implement estate plans to meet their specific goals and needs to help secure the financial futures of their families and legacies.
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“Jason Stone is a native Bostonian, originally from Framingham, Massachusetts. After graduating from The Rivers School in Weston, he attended Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration. He then relocated to San Francisco to work in the finance industry before moving back to Boston to attend Suffolk University Law School. After graduating with honors, Jason moved to New York City.
“Michelle Newton was born and raised in Peabody, Massachusetts. She graduated from Stonehill College in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. During her undergraduate studies, she worked as an intern in the Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office, Juvenile Division.
“David DiCenso was born and raised in Revere, Massachusetts, where he still lives today. He graduated magna cum laude from the University of Massachusetts Boston with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. Prior to attending Suffolk University Law School, David served as an advocate for juvenile offenders in New York City as a member of the Youth Advocacy Project. Through this position, David had the opportunity to provide legal assistance to underprivileged young people.
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