Lisa Neeley’s article published in National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys Spring 2017 NAELA Journal

Lisa_Neeley_06212016The NAELA Journal Spring 2017 issue includes Lisa Neeley’s article Limiting State Medicaid Agency Attempts to Expand the “Any Circumstances” Test: An Analysis of Massachusetts’ Multiyear Legal Battle Over the Use of Irrevocable Trusts in Long-Term Care Planning. The article explores the use of irrevocable trusts as a Medicaid long-term care planning tool, highlighting key Massachusetts cases to provide a thorough history of the litigation surrounding such planning and its current legal implications.

About Emily Crim

Emily joined Mirick O’Connell in November 2015 as an associate with the Trusts and Estates Group. The focus of her practice is estate planning, probate and trust administration, and elder law. Emily assists clients with the preparation of wills, revocable living trusts, health care proxies, durable powers of attorney, and MassHealth applications. She also concentrates her practice in the area of estate and trust administration, advising personal representatives, trustees and other fiduciaries on the legal aspects of administering complex estates and trusts. This representation also includes the preparation and filing of gift and estate tax returns on the state and federal levels.
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