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Margolis & Bloom Named Among Best Law Firms in Boston for 2015
Margolis & Bloom, LLP has been selected among the 2015 U.S. News and world report "Best Law Firms" in the Boston area. Margolis & Bloom received Tier 1 ranking in the area of Elder Law and Trusts and Estates Law. 

Best Lawyers listing is widely regarded by both clients and legal professionals as a significant honor, and is conferred on a lawyer by his or her peers.
Are We Elder Law or Elder Care Attorneys?
Since the National Academy of Elder Law pink-roses.jpg Attorneys (NAELA) was founded more than 25 years ago, lawyers who work with seniors have been trying to brand themselves as "elder law" attorneys. Despite this effort, more and more often I hear us referred to as "elder care" attorneys. "Elder law attorneys" still gets almost four times as many results in Google than "elder care attorneys," but that doesn't seem like a lot when there has been no effort made to promote the second term.
Book Signing: My Time, Making the Most of the Bonus Decades After Fifty (& Beyond)
Abigail Trafford, an award-winning journalist
and author, will give a lecture on her book My Time: Making the Most of the Bonus Decades After Fifty (& Beyond) at Goddard House's Dinner Lecture Series on Wednesday, December 3rd, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. The book blends Abigail's personal stories with expert opinions and research on adult development. The stories offer a better understanding of the challenges we face as adults and reassures us that we are not alone. 

To reserve your seat, contact Brandon Fisher by calling 617.731.8500 ext. 110 or email
Hospital Discharge Protections for Medicare Patients in Massachusetts
Hospital Discharge Protections for Medicare Patients
The hospitalization of a 
family member can be an extremely stressful time.
Hospitals attempt to 
discharge patients "quicker and sicker." Fortunately, both federal and state laws provide protections that patients and their families can use to challenge a premature discharge or simply to delay the discharge by the day or two the family needs.


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