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Firm Now Certified as Dementia Friendly

February 14th, 2016|0 Comments

The Law Offices of Jeffrey G. Marsocci, PLLC is proud to announce that our office has undergone training to become certified as a Dementia-Friendly Business.

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Supporting the Community One Cup at a Time

February 14th, 2016|0 Comments

Our office has recently started serving our clients coffee from City Cups in Raleigh.  Their single-serve OAK CITY coffee comes in recyclable pods and is entirely made by adults with autism and other developmental disabilities [...]

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What Do You Mean You Have to Talk to My Kids!?

February 14th, 2016|0 Comments

As more and more of my clients’ children, or even grandchildren, are turning 18, certain legal obstacles are popping up. Nowhere is this more prevalent than with medical information.

Doesn’t A Revocable Trust Protect Against a Medicaid Spend Down?

January 24th, 2016|0 Comments

A Revocable Trust does not help protect against a Medicaid spend down. It’s an important distinction. In my practice, we use Revocable Trusts for the avoidance of probate as an estate planning tool, NOT as a long-term-care planning tool.