About the AuthorScott Rosenberg is a CT and MA- licensed attorney with a focus on estate planning and elder law. He operates a small solo practice on the south-central Connecticut Shoreline and is active in the Trusts, Estates and Probate section of the New Haven County Bar Association. Outside of law, Scott volunteers with the AARP TaxAide program and serves on the board of directors of the Learning Disability Association of Massachusetts.
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