One of the key parts of estate planning is knowing where the finances to handle your medical expenses are coming from. Depending on the services you require to maintain your quality of life, these expenses may vary, but there are many programs out there to help soften the blow of these costs. MassHealth is one…. Read More
Tax season is upon us once again, and you know what that means. Mad dashes to the accountant, financial counselor, or tax attorney as you try to organize all your important papers and send them to the IRS. It can be a stressful time, but for criminals it is a season of opportunity. This time…. Read More
As you age, your ability to take care of your physical and healthcare needs changes. When this happens, most people will turn to their families and spouses for help, but sometimes these loved ones aren’t able to handle these changes. That can leave seniors looking for in home options for care, but inviting a stranger…. Read More
Seniors here in Massachusetts have many needs. From estate planning to the acquisition of healthcare benefits—such as MassHealth—seniors have many concerns that must be attended to. Considering that the senior population in the commonwealth is growing, these services may be more important than you realize. But just how fast is the 60 plus population growing,…. Read More
As part of Older Driver Safety Awareness Week (Dec. 4-8, 2017), Greater Lynn Senior Services in conjunction with the Regional Coordinating Council of the North Shore has released a resource guide for elderly residents of Beverly who have transportation and driving concerns. The guide is available by clicking here.
On October 16, 2017, the Supreme Judicial Court issued a decision in Ajemian v. Yahoo!, Inc. holding that an online provider is not precluded under the federal Stored Communications Act (SCA) from turning over electronic mail to a Personal Representative (Executor) of an estate. The decision points out some of the difficulties that can be…. Read More