Amy H. Besser is an associate in the Estate Administration Department. She received a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 1978, with a concentration in accounting. After an internship at an accounting firm in Philadelphia, Amy attended Rutgers School of Law – Newark. She was admitted to practice in Pennsylvania in December 1981.
Amy’s early practice was in the fields of real estate and general business, and she served as House Counsel to two real estate development companies from 1986 until 2006. At that time, she joined a firm in Radnor, Pennsylvania, where her practice shifted to estate and trust administration, in addition to real estate matters. She started working at Klenk Law in late 2013, where she handles various estate and trust matters.
Amy lives with her husband in Havertown and has three grown children. In her spare time, she volunteers at her synagogue, loves to read, and is an enthusiastic Ultimate Frisbee fan.
Amy also volunteers with Wills for Heroes, a pro bono program that offers free basic estate planning documents to first responders (police, firefighters, and paramedics) and has previously volunteered with Philly VIP in their Mortgage Foreclosure Diversion Project.
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