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What do We have in Common with Scotland and Minnesota?

            Scotland and Minnesota have something in common, it turns out that they are among a handful of places where local governments are being encouraged by the state to develop “dementia-friendly communities.”   Dementia in Scotland, Winter 2014/15 – Issue 85 … Continue reading

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Benefits Planning with Income Tax Deductions

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Co-authored by Janet W. Moore This is the first of a series of blog posts on real-life situations that may apply to you and your family, where the solutions involve some combination of government benefits planning and tax planning. This … Continue reading

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I AM AN ELDER LAW ATTORNEY AND I’M PROUD OF IT.

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My mother passed away in a nursing home in 1991.  Prior to going into the home, her dementia symptoms had grown progressively worse, but my father was at home taking care of her.  Then she fell, broke her hip, went … Continue reading

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MY THOUGHTS ABOUT A GREAT LOCAL LAWYER

Before I came to Mirick O’Connell, I spent the previous 33 years as a solo practitioner in Marlborough, sharing office space in an old Victorian building with a lawyer 10 years older than me.  We first met when I came … Continue reading

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What Elder Law Means to Me

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I attended a client’s funeral earlier this week.  About a month ago, I was at her home, where she signed some documents to adjust ownership of her assets and change her estate plan, so that her husband would be protected … Continue reading

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