Michele P. Conti J.D.

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Michele P.  Conti J.D.

Life Enrichment Trust, Inc.

163 Thorn Hill Road
Warrendale, PA 15086
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Life Enrichment Trust, Inc. (LET) is a national organization that offers multiple supplemental needs trust options for every state and/or commonwealth.  As Vice President of Trust Services for LET, Michele Conti educates LET clients and guides them with making the best decisions for themselves and/or loved ones. Michele has studied at Oxford University, received her J.D. from Duquesne University, and LL.M. in Estate Planning from Villanova University. She became an estate planning attorney many years ago because as a wife and mother of young children, 2 year-old twins, Zachary and Zoey, she saw the difficulty and frustration that her family had when trying to help her own grandparents with their final preparations. She truly believes that it’s best to plan for the worst and hope for the best. She would rather a client have the documents in their possession and not need them rather than need them and not have them. She is an animal lover and volunteers her time and legal experience teaming up with the Western PA Humane Society, giving animals a voice. She has three dogs – Duke, a shepherd mix, Lola, a mastiff/lab mix and Jasmine, a pitbull mix. All of her animals are rescues. She is also a member of the NRA and an Estate Planning Professional for the NRA, strategically working with NRA members to accomplish their estate planning goals.

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