About Kimberly P. DeMontigny

As a case manager on our estate planning team, Kimberly interacts with clients to assist them in meeting their estate planning needs and goals. She supports our attorneys and the lead estate planning case manager in preparing and drafting documents such as Wills, Trusts, and Durable Powers of Attorneys. She also works directly with clients to help collect the information and finalize the details needed for their plans. Kim and her family live in Lakeville. 

What do you like about working at the firm?

Everyone at Surprenant & Beneski makes an effort to be conscious and aware of the efforts, concerns, and work-related goals of their co-workers. This allows us to have a symbiotic working relationship and a deep understanding of each others’ needs for additional support and assistance when any one area of the firm gets a particularly high volume or influx of client work.

What do you enjoy doing when you are not working?

Spending time with my three children, spending time with my friends, hiking, live musical, theatrical or comedic performances, watching movies, and travel.

What is 1 surprising fact about you or surprising talent you have?

I sing.

What are your favorite local spots?

Mattapoisett State Park for hiking, Baldies Pizzeria in Lakeville, Charred Oak Tavern in Middleboro, the Black Whale in New Bedford, Plymouth boardwalk, Nelson Park, Plymouth, Emerald Square Mall in North Attleboro.

What do you want our clients to know about you?

I have three kids, ages 12, 8, and 5, and one dog: chinese-crested. I also have a background in Theater and Special Education and used to practice law in New York and New Jersey for nearly 10 years before moving to Massachusetts because of my husband’s military transfer.

When I was younger, I used to play tennis competitively and I spent 7 years as a competitive cheerleader (11-18). I love to go shopping when life gets stressful as well!

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