The Basics: Wills, Powers of Attorney and Other Essential Documents Every Woman Should Have
LocationVirtual Engagement Opportunity
Date & Time6:30pm - 7:30pm CST February 23
ContactApril Hampton Perez ’89
Senior Director of Development, Planned Giving
6:30pm - 7:30pm CST February 23
Virtual Engagement Opportunity
About This Session
Eileen Bamberger Lawrence ’99 will walk you through the key documents that make up a complete estate plan. She will also discuss assets that pass outside of an individual’s will, such as life insurance and retirement accounts, and when you need to review and revise your documents.
Eileen Bamberger Lawrence ’99
Eileen Lawrence has over thirteen years of legal experience in public and private practice. She began her legal career as a federal law clerk to then-Chief Judge A. Joe Fish of the Northern District of Texas. Following her clerkship, she was an associate with Vinson and Elkins in Dallas and Womble Carlyle in Raleigh, North Carolina, an assistant professor at the University of North Carolina School of Government, and an assistant city attorney with the City of Dallas. Eileen opened her own estate planning firm in 2020.
Eileen is also a native Austinite and a proud Texan. She graduated from the Liberal Arts Academy (now LASA) at Johnston High School in Austin, earned a bachelor’s degree in music from Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, and earned her law degree from Southern Methodist University, where she served as the Editor-in-Chief of the SMU Law Review. In her free time, Eileen enjoys spending time with her husband and her two girls, as well as writing poetry, playing the piano, and singing.