Caroline E. Daiker joined the Beck & Lenox Estate Planning and Elder Law firm as an Associate Attorney in August of 2019. She was inspired to practice elder law after the passing of her beloved grandfather, which offered firsthand experience into the situations many clients face. Caroline understands how overwhelming the legal intricacies of estate planning and elder law can be, and seeks to make each of her clients feel heard and understood.
Caroline attended Saint Louis University (SLU) School of Law. While attending SLU Law, Caroline took courses in Trusts and Estates and Estate Planning. Caroline received an Academic Excellence Award for receiving the highest grade of her peers in a course on Jury Instructions. She was also a member of the Women Law Students’ Association, and served as President during her final year of law school.
In addition to her memberships with the Missouri Bar, the Women Lawyers’ Association of Greater St. Louis and the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, Caroline plans to join the National Academy for Elder Law Attorneys.
Both of Caroline’s parents are attorneys, and she credits them with supporting her interest in practicing law and being positive role models for fair and ethical behavior. Caroline is the eldest of three sisters. In her spare time, Caroline enjoys traveling and spending time with her Persian cat, Ralphie.