Brianna practices in the areas of elder law and estate planning, including estate planning for individuals who have special needs or who serve as caregivers for people who have special needs. Brianna earned a Bachelor of Social Work from Messiah College in 2007, and then pursued a Juris Doctor at Widener University, where she served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Widener Law Journal, and graduated magna cum laude in May 2010. After her admission to the Maryland Bar in December 2010, she became a practicing attorney with Nomiki Bouloubassis Weitzel & Assocs., and continued there as an Associate before joining the Estates and Trusts team at Offit Kurman in 2018. Brianna is also a proud Baltimore native and working mother of three children.
Brianna is passionate about assisting her clients with some of their most challenging life stages, such as: asset preservation planning when faced with the costs of nursing home care for an aging parent or spouse, establishing estate plans for married couples who each have children from separate marriages, and developing estate plans for parents of children with special needs. She also has experience in representing clients in the administration of estates. Brianna’s foundation in social work provides her with a unique skill set to counsel clients through these and many other estate and elder law matters.