Kerri M. Castellini, Esquire, focuses her career on estate planning, estate and trust administration, and guardianships for incapacitated adults and minors. Her passion is helping individuals and families to plan for their future by creating estate plans tailored to each client’s individual needs and unique family dynamic. Kerri also guides clients through the difficult time of losing a loved one by assisting with the estate and trust administration.
Born in Vineland, New Jersey, Kerri was educated at Loyola University, Maryland, where she graduated cum laude with a double major in English and Political Science. She continued her education at the Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, where she received the First Lap Award in appreciation for dedicated service to the law school community during her first year of study. While at the Columbus School of Law, Kerri was the managing editor of the Journal for Contemporary Health Law & Policy, a moot court associate, and participant of the Columbus Community Legal Services clinic.
Kerri currently serves as a Board Member for the Women’s Bar Association of the District of Columbia, and chair of the Board Governance Committee. She has previously served as Secretary of the Board of Directors, and Co-Chair for the Tax and Business Forum, Solo and Small Practice Committee, Stars of the Bar Committee, and Strategic Planning Committee.
Kerri is admitted to practice law in the State of Maryland, the District of Columbia, and before the Supreme Court of the United States. She was named a Fellow for the American Bar Foundation in 2012.