I focus on helping people plan for long-term care and preserve assets to pass on to their families. I work with elders and their spouses and children to anticipate incapacity, document end-of-life wishes, secure resources for long-term care, design and implement estate plans, and administer estates. I practice elder law and estate planning in both Connecticut and Massachusetts and hold a Master of Laws degree in Estate Planning and Elder Law.
I am a co-author of the book "Best Practices for Long-Term Planning and Nursing Home Protection," and I teach Elder Law as an Adjunct Professor at Western New England University School of Law. I regularly write and speak on topics relating to estate planning, asset protection, elder law and long-term care planning. I am a member of both the National and Connecticut Chapters of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.
Licensed since 1987
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|Adjunct Professor||Western New England University School of Law||2012 - Present|
|Principal||Lovejoy Law Firm||2011 - Present|
|Counsel||Halloran & Sage, LLP||2007 - 2011|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys||Member||2007 - Present|
|Halloran and Sage Knowledge Center||Beware: Don't Be Quick to Sign Nursing Home Admission Agreements for Loved Ones||2010|
|Connecticut Law Tribune, Elder Law Supplement, January 2008||A Way to Pay for Long-Term Care||2008|
|Connecticut Law Tribune, August 27, 2007||Domestic Partners Navigate Tricky Legal Landscape||2007|
|Western New England College School of Law||Estate Planning and Elder Law||LL.M - Master of Laws||2007|
|University of Maine School of Law||Law||JD||1986|
|Middlebury College||Political Science||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1983|