Elder Law Connection

The Elder Law Experience You Can Trust

With over 20 years of experience, the team of elder law attorneys and administrative specialists at Elder Law Connection are your trusted sources for next-level training and back office support services to help grow your elder law practice.

We Are Here to Help Grow Your Practice

We Are Here to Help Grow Your Practice

Expanding your current law practice into elder law could be one of the best decisions you’ll ever make.

One major hurdle most attorneys face is coping with the massive volume of legal documents associated with even the most basic medicaid and VA filings. With help from the team at Elder Law Connection you can quickly gain the know-how, real-world experience, and back office support you need to successfully add elder advocacy to your law firm’s offerings.

Meet the Team

Jackie L. Collins II | Attorney

Jackie L. Collins II


Jackie grew up in an agricultural community in Northwest Ohio. Graduating high school in a class of only 65 people, this small community enabled Jackie to experience the hardships of both his and other families. One of those hardships included watching loved ones lose everything they worked their entire lives for to the government and/or nursing home when an unexpected illness stuck. Jackie left Northwest Ohio to attend The Ohio State University and its Army ROTC program. He graduated from OSU and was commissioned an Officer in the United States Army Field Artillery in December 2003.

After six years serving as an Officer in the United States Army, he attended Capital University Law School and then was admitted into the Ohio Bar. Jackie chose elder law, VA and estate planning so he could continue to serve his community. Jackie believes educating families on estate planning can preserve family dynamics and avoid conflicts over a loved one’s wants and needs. As a member of ElderCounsel, Jackie believes that a strong sense of compassion is necessary to get the job done right.

Wren Kruse


After spending eight years practicing estate planning and elder law in Connecticut and New York, Wren returned to Ohio to be closer to family. Over the years that she has been back home in Ohio, Wren has focused her professional and personal endeavors on being part of a community in Central Ohio committed to ensuring that older adults and their families have access to the resources they need to thrive and be fulfilled. Through her professional experience, Wren has learned that one of the most important pieces of providing effective counsel is not simply the provision of legal guidance, but the ability to connect, relate, and listen to the families she works with.

Outside of the office, Wren is happiest when she can contribute her time and energy to support causes that she is passionate about. As a true animal lover, volunteering at local shelters and fostering dogs while they wait to be adopted are a few of the ways she is found to accomplish this. Wren is also an active board member of several local non-profits, including SourcePoint and Delaware County Task Force on Aging. Wren lives in Worthington with her husband, Tyler, daughter, Margot, and their two rescue-mutts, Kyle and Bennie.

Wren Kruse | Attorney
Lyn Booth | Office Manager & Paralegal

Lyn Booth

Office Manager & Paralegal

Lyn was born and raised in Lima, Ohio and graduated from Elida High School. She received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from The University of Toledo and her master’s degree in Management and Leadership from Western Governors University.

Lyn is married and has three sons. Alex is going into his Sophomore year of college and is entertaining the idea of becoming a lawyer. Andy is going into his senior year of high school and has a college scholarship for baseball as a left-handed pitcher. Adam is going into 7th grade and is smarter and more athletic than either of his brothers, and enjoys baseball as well.

Lyn is passionate about educating and helping middle class Americans understand the devastating costs of Assisted Living and Long-Term Care to families. If you plan ahead, you can avoid many of these costs but if you do not, we can still help. Call us regarding pre-planning for these costs or if you have an immediate need we can help as well.

Elder Law Connection understands the safe harbors in the law that allows for both the expert care of a loved one and the ability to save a lifetime of earnings. While this may be your first time through this, we have helped many and can educate you on the options that you have.

Natalie Moscato

Director of Business Development

Natalie was born and raised in Lima, Ohio. She graduated from The Ohio State University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Pharmaceutical Science.

Natalie is married to her husband Dominic of 15 years and has 3 children. Sal, the oldest is in 7th grade and is a sports fanatic. Giada is 11 and has become quite the soccer star. Angelo is 5 and a typical ornery third child! Natalie enjoys spending time with her family, traveling and is a yoga enthusiast.

Natalie started her healthcare career as a pharmaceutical representative before transitioning into the senior healthcare industry. For the past 10 years, she has been involved in community relations for skilled and non-medical homecare companies. She enjoys networking with those in the industry to help seniors connect with all resources available to them.

Natalie Moscato | Director of Business Development