Patricia Bloom-McDonald, Esq

Patricia Bloom-McDonald, Esq.

Elder Care Law, Guardianships and Estate Planning

J.D., University of Massachusetts School of Law

Eastern Connecticut State University

Patricia Bloom-McDonald lives with her husband in Dartmouth, Massachusetts. She is very proud of her two daughters, granddaughter, and son-in-law. She is a graduate of Eastern Connecticut State University and the University of Massachusetts School of Law in Dartmouth, Massachusetts. Patricia started her legal career as a Paralegal in 1990 and is now a licensed attorney in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and has been in private practice since 2003.

She is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court; U.S. District Court, 1st Circuit; U.S. Bankruptcy Court; and all courts in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. She has extensive knowledge and experience with the preparation of Wills, Trusts, Health Care Proxies, Durable Power of Attorneys, special needs trusts, and other Estate Planning documents.

Additionally, Attorney Bloom-McDonald possesses exceptional knowledge of Probate law as it is applied to Estate Administration, Guardianships, Conservatorships, Adoptions, and Name Change procedures.

She possesses outstanding skill in advising clients in the area of Elder Law; counseling those clients in need of benefits and Medicaid for long-term-health Care or community based financial assistance.

Her experiences with Real Estate procedures relating to sales, residential loans, and refinance documentation, including but not limited to Reverse Mortgages, affords her the reassuring competency to counsel those who wish to age at home with dignity.

Attorney Bloom-McDonald is able to communicate clearly and concisely with people of diverse backgrounds, age, and levels of authority and is available for in-home consultations for those who are infirmed.

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