Carrie Fleming joined Bowditch & Dewey in December 2006 as a Paralegal in the firm’s Estate, Financial and Tax Planning area. Prior to joining the firm, Carrie started her career working in a small private practice as a junior in high school, working in the areas of Probate and Estate Administration, Estate Planning, Medicaid, and Real Estate. During her 14 years there, she honed her profession by working as a Receptionist, an Assistant, a Bookkeeper, a Legal Secretary, and as a Paralegal.
With over 10 years at Bowditch & Dewey, Carrie has become a Paralegal to rely on. She has strong writing skills and is tireless in her research. These qualities make her a great multitasker who provides substantive support on a broad range of matters, including estate administration, probate, guardianships, conservatorships, estate tax, out of state estate administrations, and more. Carrie possesses excellent interpersonal skills within all levels of the firm. She has an admirable work ethic and brings a great personality and a sense of humor to her position here.
“The death of a loved one can often be one of the most overwhelming events that will occur in a person’s lifetime. My priority is to cater to the specific needs of each client and offer guidance and support through a difficult time”.
Carrie lives with her two daughters, Camryn and Kacey, and their dog Brody. When she is not in the office, Carrie is involved with volunteer projects from raising goods and funds for disaster relief across the country, to helping coordinate the Firm’s holiday gift giving programs to the elderly or for children’s programs. Carrie enjoys cooking/baking, the beach, and the New England Patriots and Boston Bruins.
- Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (MCLE)
- Northeastern University Paralegal Program