The M&B Weekly     
October 22, 2013  
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Jane Dobisz
In this issue...
William J. Brisk, Elder Law's Renaissance Man Featured in NAELA News
Ask the Experts: A Panel Discussion with the Boston Senior Care Alliance
How Much Do You Need to Retire?
Resource: Asset Protection for Seniors
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William J. Brisk, Elder Law's Renaissance Man, Featured in NAELA News
Massachusetts elder law attorney Bill Brisk is featured in the latest issue of NAELA News in a profile written by Margolis & Bloom's Harry S. Margolis.  He describes Brisk as Elder Law's renaissance man as he has successfully melded two careers: teaching and academic publishing along with client representation.

Attorneys Brisk and Margolis present their annual MassHealth update this Friday.  Click here for more information about the program.
Ask the Experts:  A Panel Discussion with The Boston Senior Care Alliance 

Take the opportunity on Tuesday, October 29th, to ask Attorney Patricia D'Agostino, from Margolis & Bloom, and other members of the Boston Senior Care Alliance about the senior resources available to you in a diverse range of fields, including healthcare, law, finance, care management, consulting, home care, home modification, home relocation and move management.  

The panel discussion will be on Tuesday, October 29th, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. located at 27 Washington Street in Wellesley.

Please RSVP by contacting Leah Spada at 781.235.1614 or by e-mail at
How Much Do You Need to Retire?

The amount of money you need "in the 
bank" when you retire depends on many factors, including: living standards, income, longevity, goals, unexpected events, investment returns, and age of retirement. Once you answer these questions, you can determine how 
much you need to invest.

Click here to learn more.
Resource:  Asset Protection for Seniors 
Many factors such as i
the loss of a job, or a premature death can upset even the best financial plan. Fortunately, planning can provide considerable protection from these uncertainties of life.  

Click here to learn more.