We are delighted to announce that Patricia C. D’Agostino has become a partner of our firm as of January 1, 2018.
“Tricia epitomizes both the vast breadth of knowledge that Margolis & Bloom pride ourselves in and the compassionate connection that we strive for with our clients,” said Harry S. Margolis, the firm’s founding partner. “For 10 years, our clients have benefited from Tricia’s down-to-earth approach to the practice of law. Her joining our partnership will further strengthen the firm.”
Tricia D’Agostino practices in the following areas: estate and long-term care planning, MassHealth applications and appeals, probate administration, planning for children with special needs, guardianship and conservatorship, and settlement planning. She has developed a specialized practice in the area of advising clients on 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.
She was selected by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly and the Massachusetts Bar Association as an “Up and Coming Lawyer” in 2011.
“I feel very fortunate to have found this niche practice of estate planning and elder law and for the opportunity to help so many clients during my tenure at Margolis & Bloom,” said Tricia D’Agostino. “I get to come to work every day and help people through major life transitions or put an estate plan in place so they can sleep better at night. This is extremely rewarding work and I truly love it. I am grateful to have been trained and mentored by such distinguished attorneys, Harry S. Margolis and Jeffery A. Bloom, and honored to join them as a Partner,” said Tricia D’Agostino.
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