Eileen Moynahan, M.A. / Estate Organizer
Following a two-decade career as an intelligence analyst working international criminal investigations in the U.S. and abroad, I founded Legacy Estate Organizing in late 2016 to turn my talents to the world of estate organizing and administration. A "born" organizer, I first helped relatives administer and clear out the estates of loved ones. Then in 2012, I lost my own parents in a tragic car accident. With the guidance of an outstanding estate attorney, I utilized the experience of sorting out my parents' estates as a way to draw closer to them and to work through my own grief. My goal is to help others in the same fashion, protecting their loved ones' legacies while walking beside executors through the estate-administration process.
I am a professional member of the National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals (NAPO). I continue to expand my knowledge through reading and research in the fields of professional organizing, estate law, and estate administration. I am skilled at locating missing heirs and lost assets, as well as obtaining the necessary proof to establish the legitimacy of an estate claim.
I continue my work as a crime analyst two days a week, leaving me the remainder of the week to work with one estate client at a time, identifying assets belonging to your deceased loved one and helping you to collect these monies on behalf of the estate. I hold an active background clearance, a prior Top Secret clearance with the federal government, and the trust of clients and colleagues throughout the country.
National Association of Productivity & Organizing Professionals (NAPO)
GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
Notary public, New York State
French and Spanish language skills