Elder Law Seminars


During the next couple of months, my elder law seminars will be focusing on how the new Massachusetts CARE Act, changes to the federal tax code, the tightening of MassHealth regulations, and other changes in the law might affect you, while also getting a refresher on the basics of wills, trusts, probate avoidance and asset protection.  Below is a listing of my upcoming presentations throughout the community.


3/13                  10–11am                      Hopkinton Senior Center, 28 Mayhew Street

To register:  (508) 497-9730

3/19                  1-2 pm                         Holden Council on Aging, 1130 Main Street

To register:  (508) 210-5570

3/21                  1–2 pm                         Southborough Senior Center, 9 Cordaville Road

To register:  (508) 229-4453

3/22                  3–4 pm                         Saltmarsh Senior Center, 81 Washington Street

To register:  (508) 228-4490

3/27                  5:30 – 6:30 pm              Tisbury Council on Aging, 34 Pine Tree Road

To register:  (508) 696-4205

4/3                   1-2 pm                         Hudson Council on Aging, 29 Church Street

To register:   (978) 568-9638

4/4                   1-2 pm                         Holliston Council on Aging, 150 Goulding Street

To register:  (508) 429-0622

4/24                  1:30 – 2:30 pm              Marlborough Council on Aging, 40 New Street

To register:  (508) 485-6492

Contact your local Council on Aging for more information and to register.  If you miss a program, you may always watch them on your local cable access station or on my You Tube channel, Elder Law with Frank and Mary.Duck

About Arthur Bergeron

Art has been practicing law in Massachusetts for over 30 years. He focuses his practice on elder law, estate planning, probate and trust administration, and land use matters. Art counsels senior citizens and their loved ones regarding elder law and special needs planning, asset protection and Medicaid planning. He works with individuals in all areas of estate planning, including wills, trusts, durable powers of attorney, health care proxies and living wills.
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