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Essentials of MassHealth Trusts

Date: Thursday, February 13, 2020
Time: 4 – 6 pm
Speaker : Julie McQuade Ladimer, ESQ. Estate Planning and Elder Care Specialist
Location Heritage at Framingham
747 Water Street, Framingham, MA 01701

MassHealth is a lifeline for many seniors. The path to becoming eligible is fraught with perils including the five-year lookback period and $2,000 asset limit. Learn the rules for MassHealth qualification and about application process. Learn about the rules around creating a MassHealth Trust so you can keep your home and pass it down to your children even if you are in a nursing home.

Speaker Information

Attorney Julie McQuade Ladimer founded Ladimer Law Office PC in 2014. Prior to realizing she wanted to create a firm with an atmosphere outside of the legal box, Julie worked as a law clerk for an estate planning and elder law firm in Boston and in Raynham. She decided to attend law school in 2006 while working in Congressman Barney Frank’s office in Washington DC. Julie grew up in Framingham, Massachusetts and is a graduate of Framingham High School.
Massachusetts Bar Association – Member
National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys – Member
Alzheimer’s Association – Member
BNI – Member ProVisors – Member
Juris Doctor from New England School of Law
Muhlenberg College Allentown, PA – BA International Relations, BA French

Alzheimer's Resource Panel

Date: Wednesday , March 18, 2020
Speakers and Sessions: Jess Rice; Jog your Memory
Melody McLaughlin: Alzheimer’s Association
Jennifer Apizidus: Purple Table
Beth Salzburg: Memory Cafés
Location Waltham Crossings

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