Mirele focuses her practice on estate planning, estate tax planning, and trust administration. She has experience devising and drafting estate plans, counseling clients on tax-efficient estate planning techniques, and advising clients on trust issues and administration. She also represents clients in a broad range of probate matters, including contested cases, as well as guardianship and conservatorship proceedings.
Prior to joining Mintz, Mirele was an associate and previously a law clerk at a Massachusetts estate planning law firm, where she focused on estate planning, trust administration, and probate matters.
While attending law school, Mirele served as a judicial intern for Honorable Allison D. Burroughs of the US District Court for the District of Massachusetts and worked as an environmental law clerk at a Boston-based law firm. In law school, Mirele served as a student attorney for Northeastern University School of Law’s Immigrant Justice Clinic and a research assistant for the school’s Prisoners’ Rights Clinic.
Before attending law school, Mirele served as an intern at an immigration law firm in Michigan and worked for nonprofit organizations in Nicaragua, Bolivia, Israel, and the United States. In her role as director of special projects for a nonprofit focused on citizen diplomacy in Detroit, Mirele developed international exchange programs for professionals sponsored by the Department of State.