Pittsburgh Estate Law Spotlight: Caroyln Russ

Carolyn Russ, a founding member of our firm, has retired after practicing law for forty years. In 2007, thanks to encouragement from fellow attorney Nora Peace, she changed the thrust of her practice from employment discrimination and civil rights litigation to assisting individuals with their estate planning and elder law issues. Since then, there was never a day when she couldn’t wait to get to work, thanks to what she always described as meeting the nicest clients in the world.



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