I have always been passionate about improving accessibility for people born with disabilities and those who develop them as they get older as well as educating people on the importance of ease of access in our society. Hearing about the innovative way that FEPLG has changed estate planning was truly what made me interested in working in the field. Helping people long-term, being able to make sure their needs are heard, and upholding those wishes really appeals to me. Working in trust administration, I have seen how the process at FEPLG can make the transition easier for families after losing a loved one, and how important it is to make sure the plan of the deceased is followed in accordance with what they wanted. Advocating for people and their wishes has become a passion of mine.
Kate Pfeil is the firm’s Legal Assistant for Trust Administration and joined the firm in March 2023.
Kate graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2019 with a B.A. in English and a minor in Special Education and Korean language and graduated from the University of New Hampshire Durham in 2020 with a M.A. in English Literature with a focus in Adaptation and Disability Studies. Outside of the office, you can usually find her reading a book, writing her own fiction novels, or working on learning new choreography at the dance studio. Kate currently resides in Boston with her fiancé, two dogs, and three cats.