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Carol Klyman

1441 Main St
Springfield, MA 01103-1406
(413) 737-1131
Fax: (413) 736-0375
Services Offered:
Elder Law Attorney
Carol Klyman serves Berkshire County, MA, Franklin County, MA, Hampshire County, MA, Hampden County, MA
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    About My Business
    Attorney Carol Cioe Klyman concentrates her practice in the areas of

    - elder law
    - long term care planning
    - Medicaid appeals
    - estate planning and administration
    - special needs trust planning
    - estate settlement
    - guardianship
    - probate litigation
    About My Services
    Many of Attorney Klyman’s clients are older individuals, the families of older individuals, and disabled individuals and their families. Her clients’ concerns often center on securing their families’ financial well-being, providing a legacy for the future, eliminating or minimizing estate taxes and financing health care costs. These issues require the ability to reconcile complex and sometimes conflicting rules in such areas as elder law, special needs planning and estate tax.

    Attorney Klyman’s services include drafting strategic plans for clients facing nursing home care and preparing and filing applications for MassHealth benefits. As an advocate, she represents clients before the Office of Medicaid Board of Hearings on MassHealth appeals, before the Superior Court on appeals of adverse administrative hearing decisions and before the Probate Court on litigation involving wills, trusts and estates and contested guardianships. Attorney Klyman also is versed in all aspects of estate administration, including probate petitions and accountings and preparation of estate tax and gift tax returns.

    An emerging part of her practice is estate planning for individuals with disabilities, including filing petitions for guardianships, structuring settlements for personal injury proceeds, and drafting special needs trusts.
    Experience And Credentials
    • Contributing author, Estate Planning for the Aged and Incapacitated Client in Massachusetts
    • Editorial board member, NAELA Journal
    • President, Estate Planning Council of Hampden County
    • Taught elder law at Western New England College Law School LL.M program
    • Frequent lecturer to legal, professional and civic groups on elder law and estate planning topics
    • Massachusetts SuperLawyer since 2007
    • Best Lawyers in America since 2006
    Hours of Service
    Regular business hours and off hours by appointment only
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