Thanks to modern technology and medical advances, the chances of detection of a chronic illness are much greater than they were say in the 1970s; the likelihood of living a bit longer and enjoying that extra time also outweighs that … Continue reading
Posted in Elder Law, Estate Planning, Gifting, Probate, Trusts, Wills
Tagged avoiding probate, Durable Power of Attorney, Elder Law, Estate Planning, Health Care Proxy, Irrevocable Trusts, Will
My fall elder law presentations kick-off on September 18th! Learn about Irrevocable Trusts: Do you need one? Is the one you have working? Below is a listing of my upcoming programs. Contact your local Council on Aging for more information … Continue reading
Over the past twenty years that I’ve been practicing law, not infrequently, a client has called to say, “You remember that irrevocable trust we set up? Well, now I need to change it.” Prior to the enactment of the Massachusetts … Continue reading
This gallery contains 1 photo.
The past couple of years have brought many changes to trust law in Massachusetts, which provide new and interesting techniques enabling Trustees to deal with the challenges that often arise over the course of administering irrevocable trusts. Last year, Massachusetts … Continue reading