A native of Hazleton, Pennsylvania, from a family of lawyers, Rose graduated from Saint Joseph’s University in 1994 and Temple University’s Beasley School of Law in 2001. Rose’s law school coursework focused on trusts and estates, and she graduated with an award for the highest average in her field of study. Rose worked as an associate in a large Philadelphia law firm, where she concentrated on estate planning, and estate and trust administration, until her family obligations landed her in Berks County. Four children and much community involvement later, Rose finds herself enjoying estate planning and administration at Curran Estate & Elder Law.
Rose enjoys getting to know her clients and their families’ unique dynamics. She takes the time to not only listen to clients’ goals and concerns, but also to explain how their decisions will impact them and their loved ones. Rose offers comprehensive, careful estate planning and capable, cost-effective representation in estate and trust administrations.
Her professional memberships include the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the Berks County Bar Association. Her community service has included board memberships at various local nonprofit organizations, as well as multiple volunteer roles, from coaching, to fundraising, to tax return preparation. Rose is an active parishioner at Sacred Heart Parish, West Reading. Her husband is her college and law school classmate, Scott Esterbrook, a Berks County native, and together they have four children, Thomas, Elizabeth, Mary and Leo. Rose enjoys running, cooking and walking the family dog.