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John Roberts

1200 Converse St
Longmeadow, MA 01106-1675
(413) 567-5600
Services Offered:
Elder Law Attorney
John Roberts serves Easthampton, MA, Holyoke, MA, Chicopee, MA, Westfield, MA, Palmer, MA and more...
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    About My Business
    Obtaining and coordinating benefits covered by Mediciad, Medicare, VA, Social Security, private insurance, and other resources.

    We prepare estates and trusts for people who plan for succession of their assets and property, and protect benefits eligibility for themselves and for disabled family members.

    We serve as legal counsel, and provide estate administration services, to Administrators and Executors of taxable and non taxable estates.

    We resolve and avoid problems in a wide variety of circumstances involving probate, real estate and Medicaid estate recovery.
    About My Services
    Specialties: Wills, Trusts, Estate Planning, Medicaid Planning.

    Probate of Estates in Massachusetts and Connecticut. Guardianships and Conservatorships under the Massachusetts Probate Code.

    Advance Directives that avoid the need for Guardianship - Conservatorship: Power of Attorney and Health Care Proxy.

    Real Estate Purchase and Sale.

    Supplemental Needs Trusts.
    Experience And Credentials
    •Board of Directors at National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Massachusetts Chapter [ Edit ]
    •Estate Planning, Real Estate, Elder Law and Disability Law Attorney

    Accredited Attorney: Department of Veterans Affairs.

    Certified Elder Law Attorney (CELA); certified by the non profit National Elder Law Foundation, which is designated by the American Bar Association to certify attorneys in this field. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts does not certify attorneys in any practice area.

    Former Law Clerk at United States District Court - District of Massachusetts
    Fees And Payment Sources Accepted
    Initial Consultation. During our initial meetings of up to 3 hours, we discuss:

    •how you want to manage and control assets if you become incapacitated during your lifetime;
    •who will handle health care decisions if you are unable to;
    •whether you want to transfer assets during your lifetime;
    •what brings you peace of mind, including whether you want to avoid probate, protect assets from creditors, or provide for a disabled child or grandchild;
    •how you want to be remembered upon death;
    •who will receive assets upon your death, and whether you want to provide special directions for distributing those assets.
    We will clarify the strategies that are available to you, and explain the next steps that protect you during your lifetime, and protect your family's future. Cost: $300.00. Deduct this $300.00 consultation fee from the total cost of the estate planning options you choose. For more information on fees visit
    Languages Spoken by Staff
    Hours of Service
    Monday - Friday
    9 am - 5pm

    We can provide home visits, and full service appointments in nursing and assisted living facilities.
    License No. 10229
    Issued by Certified Elder Law Attorney
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