Sean D. Curran, Esquire
Sean D. Curran was born and raised in Pottsville, Pennsylvania. Sean graduated from The Hill School ’84, Tulane University ’88 and Dickinson School of Law ’91. Sean started as a general practitioner involved in corporate, environmental, civil litigation and real estate and later was in-house counsel for two separate technology firms.
Sean transitioned to Estate and Elder Law to realize a more purposeful career in assisting families navigate through the confusing rules and regulations related to developing a successful estate plan, protecting assets and getting the best affordable care. Sean educates all of his clients on the issues and options relating to the increasing costs of long-term care in my planning. Sean founded Curran Estate & Elder Law in 2014.
Sean is a member of the Life Care Planning Law Firm Association, the premier nationwide Life Care Planning group that provides state-of-the-art tools, training and support resources to lawyers so that they can provide the highest quality service to their clients. Sean is a certified Veterans Administration (“VA”) attorney. He is also a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, the National and Pennsylvania Associations of Elder Law Attorneys (“NAELA” and “PAELA’), the Berks County Bar Association, the Berks County Estate Planning Council, as well as other community groups. Sean is married to Georgina (“Gina”) Anderson Curran of Pottstown, Pennsylvania, and together they have four children, Patrick, Lucy, Molly and Jack and live in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania. Sean enjoys spending time with his family, mountain biking and hiking.
Georgina (“Gina”) A. Curran
Born and raised in Pottstown, Pennsylvania and a graduate of Dickinson College, Sean and I married in 1995 and together we have been blessed with four children, Patrick, Lucy, Molly and Jack. After years of working in various volunteer positions and owning and operating my own business, Sean and I launched Curran Estate & Elder Law in 2014. As the attorney, Sean provided all of the best legal advice, and I did everything else. I am proud to say now, we have gathered together a wonderful, caring and smart team of paralegals, social workers and support staff. This allows me to concentrate on Estate Administration. I am also the Intake Specialist of our Life Care Planning service. After you speak with our receptionist, you will be scheduled to speak with me. I will gather all pertinent information before you come in to meet with the attorney and our staff. Since I was once the sole paralegal with a hand in every practice area, I have a solid understanding of all the practice areas. Together, we will have an in-depth discussion about your situation and goals. I will need to gather your personal and financial information so that our team can best assess and assist your family’s needs. I look forward to meeting with each of you; as I have been told I’ve never met a stranger. I am a caregiver at heart. My family is the greatest joy of my life. I try to take daily walks in our beautiful Wyomissing Parks for exercise and fresh air. I love the water and spend any time I can either in it or near it.
Lois was born in Reading and raised in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. Lois is the firm’s Estate Planning Paralegal and drafts complex Wills and Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Living Wills and accompanying documents to complete clients’ estate plans and asset preservation goals. Lois is also proficient with real estate, business, corporate, estate and trust administration, banking matters, and Medicaid planning. Other responsibilities include helping our Life Care Planning clients get started with the firm. Since 1985, after living in Germany and Missouri and relocating back to Berks County, Lois has worked in law firms in either a paralegal or administrator role. Lois obtained her Professional Legal Secretary Certification in September of 1989 and obtained her Paralegal Certification through Penn State Berks/Dickinson School of Law in 2000. Her passions are volunteerism, animals and family. She spends her free time traveling and riding her motorcycle.
Eileen is the firm’s Public Benefits Paralegal and assists our clients with Medicaid qualification through the application process. Eileen has been a paralegal for almost 30 years including estate planning and administration. Eileen has helped many seniors and their families succeed in the qualification of benefits to help pay for care. She loves the challenge and enjoys advocating for our clients. Eileen’s first love is her family, her close second is the beach.
As the firm’s Elder Care Coordinator, Susan has a passion for supporting and advocating for her clients. Her 17 years of experience working in a hospital and outpatient setting as a Social Worker have helped her gain the necessary tools to provide comprehensive case management services to our clients, including creating care plans, facilitating care conferences, arranging private home care or assisted living/nursing home placement, and connecting clients and families with appropriate resources. Susan enjoys spending time with her family, hiking and yoga.
Angela is one of the firm’s Estate Administration Paralegals. She also assists with the Medicaid applications. Angela has an Associate Degree that is Specialized in Business and Paralegal Studies. She has been working in the Estate Administration field since 2016 and for Curran Estate & Elder Law, PLLC since 2018. When Angela is not working, she likes to take walks, sit by a fire, bake, and relax with good friends and family.
Sarah is the Client Services Coordinator for the firm. She sets up meetings, transfers client calls to the appropriate team members, sends out faxes, and contacts clients regarding their cases. You can normally find Sarah smiling brightly as you walk in for your meeting, or by calling the office. In her time off, she likes to spend time with my friends and family.