Irrevocable Medicaid Trusts and Special Needs Trusts Seminars

Correira & Correira LLP is in the process of developing programs for the Massachusetts Bar Association, Rhode Island Bar Association, and other organizations for the winter and spring of 2019. Please return to this website in the coming months for dates and more details.

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Cross-Border Planning Seminar, Newburyport Bar Association, Newburyport, MA

On October 12, Attorney David J. Correira will join with other New England estate planning attorneys to discuss cross-border estate planning, elder law, and asset protection. The panel will discuss the similarities and differences between the New England states on advanced and crisis long-term care planning, the different treatment of assets and income from state […]

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Trust Planning Seminar, National Business Institute, Cape Coral, FL

On November 15, 2018, Attorney Eric D. Correira will speak at an all day seminar presented by the National Business Institute entitled “Trusts from A to Z.” The seminar will provide an overview of the various types of trusts used to avoid probate, reduce or eliminate estate taxes, protect assets from creditors, and qualify for government […]

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Atty. David J. Correira Receives LLM in Comparative Law and International Taxation

Attorney David J. Correira, managing partner of Correira & Correira LLP, has received a masters of laws degree in comparative law and international taxation. He recently completed the degree at Eötvös Loránd University Law School in Budapest, Hungary, in conjunction with Lazarski University School of Law in Warsaw, Poland, and Boston University School of Law. […]

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Atty. David J. Correira Receives LL.M. in Comparative Law and International Taxation

Attorney David J. Correira, managing partner of Correira & Correira LLP, has received a masters of laws degree in comparative law and international taxation. He recently completed the degree at Eötvös Loránd University Law School in Budapest, Hungary, in conjunction with Lazarski University School of Law in Warsaw, Poland, and Boston University School of Law. […]

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Firm Article on Tax Reform Published by LexisNexis

LexisNexis has released a tax reform update as part of two of its volumes. It has been added to the 2018 revised second edition of Massachusetts Elder Law which is now available for purchase. For more information, click here. To access the update, click here.

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Firm Article on Tax Reform Published by LexisNexis

LexisNexis has released a tax reform update as part of two of its volumes. It has been added to the 2018 revised second edition of Massachusetts Elder Law which is now available for purchase. For more information, click here. To access the update, click here.

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The Trust Planning Playbook Seminar, Rhode Island Bar Association, Cranston, RI

On May 22, Attorney Eric D. Correira will join with Attorney Joshua R. Caswell, to present a comprehensive trust planning seminar to members of the Rhode Island Bar Association called “The Trust Planning Playbook: Understanding and Using Trusts in Estate Planning.” From the Rhode Island Bar Association website: “Changes to the federal and state estate […]

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Protecting Assets While Qualifying for Medicaid Seminar, National Business Institute, Warwick, RI

On May 11, 2018, Attorney Eric D. Correira will speak at an all day seminar presented by the National Business Institute entitled “Protecting Assets While Qualifying for Medicaid.” The seminar will provide an overview of the Medicaid application process and eligibility requirements, pre-need asset planning, crisis planning and assistance, trust-based Medicaid planning, special needs trust […]

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Atty. David J. Correira Quoted by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly recently quoted Atty. David J. Correira regarding a Massachusetts Superior Court ruling that the existence of an in terrorem clause (also known as a no-contest clause) in a trust did not bar a plaintiff-beneficiary from bringing a claim against the trustee for breach of fiduciary duty and other wrongdoing. The Court reaffirmed […]

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