Julie Swerbinsky is a Senior Associate with the Geller Law Group who focuses her practice on estate planning, probate administration, trust administration, guardianships and conservatorships.
Julie began her career in probate and learned early on the ramifications of leaving loved ones behind, especially without an estate plan in place. Julie guides clients through all aspects of the probate process, taking the time to ensure her clients understand each step of the way. She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience from administering insolvent estates to multimillion-dollar probate estates. Julie also assists clients in need of setting up a guardianship or conservatorship for their loved ones, and the filings and administration that follows.
Julie devotes her practice to educating and assisting clients with their own estate planning as well. Julie’s probate background and experience bring a unique perspective when developing comprehensive estate plans for her clients and their families.
Julie graduated magna cum laude from the University of Baltimore School of Law. During law school, Julie participated in the Civil Advocacy Clinic and was a member of the National Telecommunications Moot Court Team. She completed her undergraduate degree at Pennsylvania State University, graduating magna cum laude, with a semester abroad studying in London, England.
Julie lives in Washington, DC with her fiancé. She enjoys spending time with family, running marathons, and traveling to new places across the country and abroad.
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