The law firm of Bourne, Noll & Kenyon in Summit has announced that Ellyn A. Draikiwicz has returned to the firm as a member and Claire E. Toth has become counsel to the firm.

Ms. Draikiwicz has extensive experience counseling clients with regard to estate planning and trust and estate administration.  She also represents financial institutions in lending transactions and individuals and entities in connection with real estate purchase and sale transactions.

Ms. Draikiwicz is a graduate of Georgetown University, Seton Hall University School of Law and received a Master of Laws in Taxation from New York University School of Law. Ellyn is a resident of Warren Township. She  volunteers extensively in her community and has served as PTO President of the Warren Middle School for six years, as a volunteer at the Wagner Farm Arboretum and as a member of the Valerie Fund Pride Month Committee.

After serving a judicial clerkship and an associate position at a Newark law firm she joined Bourne, Noll & Kenyon in 1991 as an associate and became a member of the firm in 1995.  To read Ellyn's biography click here.


Ms. Toth has focused her career on privately held businesses and individuals.  In this capacity, her practice extends from business formation to retirement plans to estate planning.

Ms. Toth continues as Vice President of Point View Wealth Management, Inc., a Summit Registered Investment Advisory firm.  In that role, she heads up financial planning services for individuals and families. 

Claire is a graduate of the University of Chicago, where she was admitted to Phi Beta Kappa, and the University of Chicago Law School.  She received her Master of Laws in Taxation from Georgetown University. 

Earlier in her career, Ms. Toth spent twelve years in the Office of IRS Chief Counsel, where she oversaw rulings and regulations for partnerships, S corporations, estates, and trusts.  She has served as Treasurer to the Summit Educational Foundation, the Summit Business and Professional Women’s Club, and Macculloch Hall house museum in Morristown.  She sits on the Summit Historic Preservation Commission.  Claire speaks frequently before groups ranging from the Overlook Foundation to S.A.G.E., as well as to professional organizations.To read Claire's biography click here.
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