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I'm the POA, Now What?

Posted by Beth Cohen King on Jun 23, 2020 2:16:54 PM

Im the POA, Now What
Having legal responsibility for a loved one with dementia imposes unique challenges. (“Who decides legal competence?” “What are the rights of a person living with dementia?”) Get your questions answered by Attorney Sarah Hartline, Senior Associate with Margolis & Bloom, one of the Boston area’s premier elder law & estate planning firms.
 
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Topics: webinars, durable power of attorney

WEBINAR - Estate Planning Essentials for New Parents

Posted by Beth Cohen King on Oct 1, 2019 9:31:30 AM

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Senior Associate, Sarah Hartline and Director of Marketing, Beth Cohen King have a Q & A about the essentials of estate planning for new parents.

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Topics: Estate Planning, durable power of attorney, new parents, HIPPA

[Webinar] Asset Protection for Seniors - Part 2

Posted by Beth Cohen King on Apr 30, 2018 11:53:43 AM

 
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Many factors can upset even the best financial plan. Illness, incapacity, the loss of a job, financial scams, or a premature death can upset even the best financial plan. Fortunately, planning steps can provide considerable protection from these uncertainties of life.

Harry Margolis will continue his discussion focusing in Part 2 on MassHealth planning and techniques to protect what you leave your children and grandchildren.

If you missed Asset Protection for Seniors - Part 1, you can view it here.
 
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Topics: long-term care planning, long-term care insurance, baby boomers, homestead protections, MassHealth, probate, Attorney- Client Relationship, durable power of attorney, estate taxes, Older Americans, Caregivers, Aging Population, aging, elder care

[Webinar] Asset Protection for Seniors - Part 1

Posted by Beth Cohen King on Apr 17, 2018 11:58:41 AM

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Many factors can upset even the best financial plan.  Illness, incapacity, the loss of a job, financial scams or a premature death can upset even the best financial plan. Fortunately, planning steps can provide considerable protection from these uncertainties of life.

Harry Margolis will discuss how to protect your assets in the event you or a spouse needs long-term care, and learn techniques to protect what you leave your children and grandchildren.
 
 
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Topics: long-term care planning, long-term care insurance, baby boomers, homestead protections, MassHealth, probate, Attorney- Client Relationship, durable power of attorney, estate taxes, Older Americans, Caregivers, Aging Population, aging, elder care