Saxon joined the Firm in 2010. Excellent Client Liaison and very dedicated. He loves all of our clients equally. He misses clients on the weekends or snow days. Saxon is a Papillon (French word meaning, butterfly[-eared]. His breed is also called Continental Toy Spaniel. Saxon is typical tri-color, long and fringed hair on the ears.
Desiree joined our firm in September 2003 while attending Daymar College. She graduated June 2004 Magna Cum Laude with an associates degree in paralegal studies. Desiree's past work experience in a medical office is wonderful for clients at Caslin & Cecil; she understands medical terminology, tests, and records.
Desiree is well versed on all types of law practiced at Caslin & Cecil and is always willing to assist clients with any question they may have regarding their claim.
Desiree works diligently in preparing claims for litigation and once the claim is in litigation in gathering and submitting medical proof to insure the injuries are explained and well documented to the court for the best possible recovery. In addition, she is well versed with computers, which enables the firm to process, settle, and litigate claims quickly and efficiently. Desiree presents Caslin & Cecil with a tactical advantage.
Caslin & Cecil Attorneys at Law is pleased to announce the addition of new staff member, Julie Lake. Julie our new Veterans’ Benefits Coordinator, brings several years of experience to our firm. She works alongside Veteran & VA Accredited Attorney, Michele Cecil, in assisting our war-time veterans & families to obtain much needed benefits. For example, Julie’s assistance allows a veteran or a veteran’s widow to obtain monthly VA pension benefits and remain in their own home or move to an assisted living facility.
Mrs. Lake will also be assisting Life and Legacy Planning clients at Caslin & Cecil. Our clients receive counsel on estate planning, planning for incapacity, planning for long-term care needs, including at-home care, assisted living or nursing home care. Life Planning also includes advice on locating the appropriate care, coordinating public and private resources and insurance to finance the cost of care and advocating for the client’s right to quality care.
In addition, Julie, along with the attorneys, Michele Cecil & Dan Caslin, joined and completed training by two national elder law organizations which provide support, community and research on planning for seniors and their families, as well as, those with special needs.