Most law offices do not have a case manager on staff. At Fleming & Curti, PLC, we are lucky to have several. We’d like to introduce one of them to you: Jennifer Sandoval, MSW.
In this conversation, we talk with Jennifer about what it means to be a case manager in a law office. We also discuss the background she brought to her position. That includes time in the military, and work with a local hospice organization.
Why do we have multiple case managers on staff? Because at Fleming & Curti, PLC, we often act as fiduciary. That can mean guardianship (of the person), conservatorship (of the estate), acting as trustee or agent under a power of attorney. Jennifer’s work (as she explains) can address the care needs of people with a variety of disabling conditions. Our beneficiaries and principals might be mentally ill, developmentally disabled, victims of a traumatic brain injury, demented or otherwise unable to handle their own affairs. That’s why case managers are useful in a law office.
Join us for a conversation with Jennifer Sandoval, MSW. She is impressive, and you will like her as much as we do. You will enjoy her calm, thoughtful approach to the kinds of situations we deal with. And you will recognize the usefulness of her background and skill set.