Fitzgerald accepted to National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys

Stroudsburg attorney Barbara J. Fitzgerald, of Cramer, Swetz, McManus & Jordan P.C., was accepted to the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. NAELA is a professional association of more than 4,500 attorneys dedicated to improving the quality of legal services provided to seniors and people with special needs. NAELA members assist their clients with public benefits, probate and estate planning, guardianship/conservatorship, and health and long-term care planning, among other important issues. Fitzgerald has been practicing Estate and Special Needs Law since 2013, is a long term resident of the area and is a graduate of Wake Forest University School of Law. She joined the firm of Cramer, Swetz, McManus & Jordan, P.C., one of Monroe County’s largest law firms, in order to provide more comprehensive services to the people of Monroe County and beyond. Previously, she was an Assistant District Attorney. Fitzgerald focuses on estate planning, estate administration and elder and special needs law with a focus primarily in Monroe County and surrounding areas.


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