An article written by Jennifer M. Eaton, JD, Partner and Senior Client Advisor at Ballentine Partners and Vice Chair of the charitable organization Impact the Palm Beaches, was featured in the Estate Planning segment of the Palm Beach Daily News this week called “Designing your Fountain of Youth: The Success Factors to Living Longer and Well.” In it, Jennifer discusses how four key factors identified in Coventry Edwards-Pitt’s book Aged Healthy, Wealthy & Wise may be our “fountain of youth”, and how she works with clients as they navigate these years of life. You can read the full article on the Palm Beach Post website beginning on page T24.

Jennifer M. Eaton is a Partner and Senior Client Advisor at the firm. In her work with families, Jennifer draws on her extensive legal knowledge and wealth planning skills to assist families to define, articulate and achieve their various planning goals. She also enjoys working directly with families on non-estate and tax planning matters and spends significant time working with next generation family members.  Jennifer is an active member of the Florida Bar and was an estate and tax planning practitioner and Partner at a boutique law firm in Coral Gables, FL until 2006. In her legal practice, Jennifer worked with high net worth families to identify and solve for her clients’ unique and often complex estate planning and asset transfer goals and objectives. Jennifer earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Miami School of Law and attended the University of South Carolina where she received a B.S. in Criminal Justice. Jennifer is a founding member and the current Vice Chair of Impact the Palm Beaches, a women’s giving circle benefiting charities in Palm Beach County. Jennifer is an active member of the Palm Beach and Martin County Estate Planning Councils. Additionally, she is a member of the Elder Law, Real Property, and Probate and Trust Law sections of the Florida Bar. Learn more about Jennifer Eaton.