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W. Wade W. Scott, Esquire

 

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Attorney W. Wade W. Scott believes that estate planning is a collaborative, relationship-based process, not simply the filling out and filing of documents. After all, you are choosing an advisor upon whom your loved ones will depend during challenging and difficult times.

Wade will take the time and make the commitment to forge a close relationship with you and your family, one that he hopes will last a lifetime.

Wade graduated from the University of Richmond with a B.A. in English, magna cum laude, in 1979. He earned his law degree from George Mason University Law School in 1984. Wade earned a graduate certificate in Estate Planning from Temple University Beasley School of Law in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 2007.

During the early part of his legal career, Wade concentrated his practice in civil litigation. Over time, he decided to leave the large firm he worked for and develop a practice that would let him work with families to meet their legal needs and give him more time to spend with his own family. Wade’s practice is known as the Delaware Elder Law Center. Wade is a member of WealthCounsel and ElderCounsel, which are national organizations of trusts and estates attorneys and other legal, tax and business professionals who design sophisticated planning techniques for individuals and families.

 

Kathleen M. Hubbert, Esquire

 

0975fdbAttorney Kathleen M. Hubbert’s passion for estate planning began while she  was attending Franklin and Marshall College.  She interned at a boutique estates and trusts firm during college and while attending Widener University School of Law, where she focused her studies on estate planning and administration.  Kathleen was also a staff member of the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law and volunteered with Wills for Heroes.

During her second and third years of law school, Kathleen interned with the Superior Court of Kent County and the New Castle County Court of Common Pleas.  After graduating from Widener in 2013, Kathleen worked as a law clerk for the New Castle County Court of Common Pleas.

Kathleen is a member of the American Bar Association-Real Property, Trust & Estate Law Section, the Pennsylvania Bar Association, and the Delaware State Bar Association, where she is a member of the Estates & Trusts and Elder Law Section.  She is admitted to practice law in Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.