Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin, PC is pleased to announce that Kathleen A. Maloles has joined the firm’s Trusts and Estates department.
Kathleen A. Maloles counsels executors, administrators and trustees in effectively and efficiently administering simple to complex estates and trusts from inception to end. Kathleen utilizes her previous experience working in the Title Insurance Industry at DST Land Transfer, Inc. and the Law Offices of Harper J. Dimmerman, P.C. when representing clients with real property issues in conjunction with administering and settling decedent’s estates. Kathleen also represents clients in matters before the Pennsylvania Orphans’ Court and New Jersey Superior Court. Kathleen’s estate administration practice includes assisting clients with ancillary probate, preparing death tax returns, fiduciary income tax returns, as well as informal and formal court accountings. She has a proven track record of informally settling decedent’s estates, whether they be solvent or insolvent. Kathleen also has experience in settling decedent’s debts with creditors and abating interest and penalties assessed by the IRS. Prior to joining HRMM&L, Kathleen served as Chair of the Trusts & Estates Practice at Solomon Berschler, P.C. She previously was a partner at Lam & Maloles, LLC, and also headed the Estate Administration Department at a boutique firm specializing in Trusts and Estates Law in Center City Philadelphia.
A cum laude graduate of Temple University (2001) with a B.A. in Psychology, Kathleen earned her law degree from Widener University School of Law in 2009. That same year, she received an Estate Planning Certification through the Graduate Tax Program at Temple University Beasley School of Law. Kathleen serves as Legal Counsel to the Board of Directors for the Philippine Medical Society of Greater Philadelphia and the University of Santo Tomas Medical Alumni Association, Tri-State. She also volunteers for Wills for Heroes, the American Cancer Society and Wags Rescue.