Lesley Schless's practice encompasses all areas of estate planning and estate and trust administration. She works with clients of all ages, from those embarking on careers, starting families, or creating new business ventures, to those who have experienced a life-changing event, want to achieve philanthropic goals, or are into retirement and thinking about their legacy. In every case, she is committed to working with the client, and often with his or her other professional advisors, to achieve solutions tailored to the individual's unique concerns, circumstances and objectives.
Lesley previously practiced law in Philadelphia and in Richmond, Virginia. She has been an adjunct law professor, as well as in-house counsel to the personal trust department of a regional bank. She served as law clerk to the Hon. James Holden of the U.S. District Court for the District of Vermont.