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WELLESLEY, Mass., April 8, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Margolis & Bloom, an estate, special needs, and long-term care planning law firm, recently launched a new Podcast Series called AskHarry. Harry S. Margolis, founding and co-managing partner at Margolis & Bloom, has been answering your elder law, special needs and estate planning questions online at AskHarry.info. Now he and other industry experts answer your questions by podcast. Each includes an invited guest answering questions posted on line and discussing an estate planning issue on which he or she has special expertise.
The first episode features Professor Larry Frolik discussing how seniors can protect themselves from financial risk with a follow up episode on the use of revocable trusts and annuities.
Harry S. Margolis says, "It is so important to have active conversations with leading experts. The landscape of the law can shift quickly, and is getting increasingly complicated; this podcast series allows us to answer people's questions in an accessible format. Over time we will build a library of podcasts so that any consumer can get answers to his or her specific questions."
Consumers can continue to ask questions on line at AskHarry.info.
Fans of the podcast can contact Beth Cohen King via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to provide feedback and ideas for the podcast, or to become a guest on the show.
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About Margolis & Bloom
Margolis & Bloom has been providing legal solutions to Massachusetts residents in the fields of estate, elder law, and special needs planning for more than a quarter of a century, always striving to provide the highest caliber of service and results possible. Its attorneys are recognized both in Massachusetts and nationally as experts in its fields. But their greatest concern is protecting clients and their families. www.margolis.com
Beth Cohen King, Director of Marketing
On October 18, 2017, Karen Mariscal was a national panelist in a presentation concerning the Section 8 Housing Choice Program for seniors and disabled clients. The speakers gave an overview of the Section 8 program and discussed the calculation of rent, special needs trusts, and reasonable accommodations, among other things. Mariscal analyzed the DeCambre v. Brookline Housing Authority decision regarding how income from a special needs trust should be calculated by the public housing authority, and gave her insights regarding how the Section 8 program works in Massachusetts.