Kristin graduated from Lycoming College in 2005 with a bachelor of arts degree in sociology and anthropology, and with a minor in psychology. She joined Steinbacher, Goodall & Yurchak as a long-term care planner in 2011. A long-term care planner is a non-attorney professional role.
Prior to joining the law firm, Kristin worked for the STEP, Office of Aging for five years as a case manager for the Pennsylvania Department of Aging Waiver program. Kristin was trained through the Pennsylvania Institute of Protective Services to perform Older Adult Protective Services for individuals at high risk for abuse and neglect. As a long-term care planner, Kristin works closely with the firm’s attorneys to provide their clients a range of services, including counseling and guidance on the selection of long-term care options; assistance qualifying for programs such as Medicare, Medicaid, and Veterans benefits; care management services; and planning before of the point of need to ensure clients’ assets are protected in the event there is a need for future long-term care. Kristin is part of the long-term care planning team and the wealth protection planning team.
Kristin resides in Hughesville with her husband, Kyle, and children, Kendall and Kyler.