Rebecca A. Daddino
North Carolina, Year Licensed2017
South Carolina, Year Licensed2020
Rebecca joined Collins Family & Elder Law Group in the fall of 2022 as an Elder Law Attorney. She graduated from Wake Forest University School of Law and is licensed in North and South Carolina.
- J.D., Wake Forest University School of Law
- B.A., Brooklyn College
- A.A., Mercer County Community College
Memberships, Associations & Awards
- North Carolina State Bar
- North Carolina Bar Association, Estate Planning & Fiduciary Section
- North Carolina Bar Association, Elder Law Section
- Mecklenburg County Bar Association
- North Carolina Chapter NAELA, Board Member 2023
- South Carolina State Bar
- South Carolina Bar Elder Law Committee
- South Carolina Chapter NAELA, Board Member 2023
Rebecca calls Matthews, North Carolina home, where she lives with her fiancé, two cats, and a puppy. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, escape rooms, and taproom trivia in her spare time.
I approach the practice of elder law with caring and compassion.
I understand how difficult and emotional it is to face the issues that accompany aging and death, which is why I approach the practice of elder law with caring and compassion. Whether it is putting a plan in place to handle your affairs after you depart, navigating the complex world of long-term care, obtaining a guardianship over a loved one, or settling the affairs of a loved one after they pass away, I am with you every step of the way. My goal is to provide you with the education and legal services to get through the challenging times you are facing.
"I would recommend without reservation her to anyone with matters concerning elders. Thank you Ms. Daddino."
My husband and I have been working with Rebecca Daddino for agent for me for Power of Attorney and for guardian of my sister and her husband. We are totally pleased with working with her because of her personable way with us.- Sylvia S.