Kaitlyn A. Eisen
KAITLYN A. EISEN
Kaitlyn A. Eisen is an attorney of counsel with Novick & Associates, P.C.
Kaitlyn grew up in Westchester and graduated Magna Cum Laude from The George
Washington University in Washington, D.C. earning a Bachelor's Degree
in Business Administration. During her undergraduate studies, she worked
at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development with the Office
of the Chief Financial Officer. Upon graduation, Kaitlyn gained experience
as a paralegal concentrating in the areas of trusts and estates, corporate
litigation and matrimonial law.
Kaitlyn attended the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and received her
Juris Doctorate with a concentration in taxation. She interned for the
Hon. Anthony A. Scarpino, Jr., Westchester County Surrogate and with the
office of Counsel to the Public Administrator. She then served as a law clerk at
Novick & Associates, P.C. where she is now an Associate Attorney.
Prior to law school, she founded United Women in Business Foundation, Inc.,
an educational non-profit organization dedicated to furthering the personal
and professional development of all women. The organization offers resources
to underprivileged women and provides younger generations with tools to
help them succeed. Her commitment to philanthropic endeavors continued
through law school where she volunteered to prepare tax returns for low-income
families and advocated for domestic violence victims.
Kaitlyn currently serves as Associate Executive Director of a charitable
foundation which manages a Pooled Supplemental Needs Trust for the benefit
of over 300 adults with persistent disabilities. In this role, she helps
lead the organization by improving trust administration as well as implementing
financial services and programs to enhance the quality of life of beneficiaries.
Kaitlyn is admitted to practice law in the States of New York and New Jersey.
Kaitlyn concentrates her legal practice in
Accounting, Taxation, and
Kaitlyn is a member of the New York State Bar Association, Suffolk County
Bar Association and New York County Lawyers Association.