Date:               Tuesday, April 23, 2019, noon to 1:30 pm   

Where:           Fields and Dennis, LLP, 80 William Street, Suite 210, Wellesley

Topic:             Graying Divorce and Medicaid Considerations Within the Collaborative Model


Attorney Robert (Bob) Jutras’ major practice areas of Family and Elder Law provide an interesting perspective on Graying Divorce and Medicaid Considerations. A comprehensive understanding of family law, trust planning and the Medicaid rules and regulations are essential when evaluating the options for a later in life client faced with the prospects of divorce or long-term care expenses. Collaborative Practice offers an opportunity to critically assess the family law, trust and Medicaid planning options for older clients and their families. Bob offers his expertise as an estate and trust planning, and Medicaid consultant. The emotionally charged dynamics of a possible later in life divorce and  failing health or declining competency require an in-depth analysis while protecting the fragile emotions of our older clients, which is not available in a litigation model. As baby boomers continue to age and second and third divorces are more common, the need for the Collaborative model and analysis will become increasingly frequent in all our practices.


Presenter:       Attorney Robert (Bob) Jutras of Sheehan, Schiavoni, Jutras and Magliocchetti, LLP in Woburn and Haverhill


Bob has been practicing law for thirty years and is licensed in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine and is a long-standing member of the Collaborative and Elder Law communities. Bob is a Certified Financial Litigator. In 2018 Bob was nominated and voted as one of The 10 Best Elder Law Attorneys in Massachusetts. He is a member of the The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), MA and NH NAELA Chapters, the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP), Massachusetts Collaborative Law Counsel (MCLC), Collaborative Law Association of New Hampshire (CLANH), Mass. Bar Association, NH Bar Association, Maine Bar Association, Haverhill Bar Association, Middlesex County Bar Association, Salem NH Bar Association and the Essex County Bar Association.

Food:               Bring a lunch. Water is provided. 

Co-Chairs:       Doris Tennant and Lisa J. Smith

R.S.V.P., if attending:  by April 18, 2019.  

April 23, 2019 12:00 PM   through   1:30 PM
80 William Street - Fields and Dennis
Suite 210
Wellesley, MA 02481
United States

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