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Resources and Tips for Older Americans

Did you know that May is Older Americans Month? According to the 2010 U.S. Census, there are 40.3 million older Americans – people who are 65 and older in the United States, which is 13% of the population. In recognition of Older Americans Month, which was first designated in May of 1963, USA.gov has highlighted […]

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Massachusetts Family of Autistic Son Can Keep Disability Support Offered by Medicaid’s Adult Foster Care Program

A family from a community on Boston’s North Shore, represented by Massachusetts Disability Attorney Michael Couture of the law firm of Winston Law Group, recently prevailed in reversing a Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services (DDS) policy denying critical support services for their autistic son. The purpose of the DDS Program is to prevent disabled children from […]

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Special Needs Planning: Use a Trust Protector as an Insurance Policy

We asked Robert Fleming, a colleague of Neal Winston through the Special Needs Alliance, for permission to republish his recent post on the topic of appointing a trust protector to monitor and manage a special needs trust for when you no longer can. Planning for the lifelong care of a loved one with special needs […]

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Meet Neal Winston

Massachusetts Special Needs and Disability Lawyer Neal Winston is principal of Winston Law Group, LLC and a former partner of Moschella & Winston, LLP. Winston Law Group is a Boston-area law firm that specializes in elder law, special needs planning, estate planning and probate. In this video, Neal explains his background from working as a VISTA […]

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One Scary Statistic You Can Easily Avoid

Did you know that as many as 70 percent of Americans die without a will (1)? If that statistic applies to you and doesn’t scare you, then you haven’t thought about what this means for your loved ones. If you die “intestate,” meaning without a will, you leave it up to the State and the […]

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