Patricia C. D’Agostino, a Partner at Margolis Bloom & D’Agostino, LLP, is grateful…for her family and for the ability to help many families and individuals through some of life’s greatest challenges.
She practices in the following areas:
• Designing and drafting estate and long-term care plans to ensure your goals are met and your loved ones and your assets are protected for your beneficiaries;
• Developing a plan to create eligibility for MassHealth coverage of the cost of a nursing home, including filing and managing the MassHealth application;
• Advising clients how to supplement the cost of care at home or in an assisted living facility through the use of a myriad of MassHealth, Veterans, and low-income programs;
• MassHealth appeals to the Board of Fair Hearings for denial of coverage of long-term care;
• Creating an estate plan to protect and manage the inheritance a client leaves for a beneficiary with special needs;
• Protecting the settlement a disabled person is awarded;
• Managing the estate and trust administration process upon the passing of a loved one; and
• Obtaining guardianship and conservatorship for incapacitated adults and disabled children reaching the age of majority.
Tricia has co-authored the Massachusetts Practice Elder Law Series since 2020.
Tricia is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) and the Massachusetts Chapter of NAELA, as well as the Boston Bar Association and the Greater Boston Fiduciary American Inn of Court.
Tricia received her Juris Doctorate from Suffolk University Law School, where she was a dean’s list student. She received her undergraduate degree magna cum laude from Suffolk University, with a major in political science and a minor in economics.