Frequently quoted in national publications, MSN Money, the Kiplinger Retirement Report, in addition to recent articles by the Associated Press, January 30, 2013; "As America Ages, senior care options Flourish," discusses long term care options, services and associated costs and Mr. Frigon was also quoted in The Wall Street Journal, on February 8, 2013, in an article titled, "Paying Them Back," Frigon's expertise focuses on "upward trusts," a relatively new concept as adult children assume costs for aging parents. He recently joined Elder Counsel, an elder law and special needs planning document assembly system where he is co editor of Special Needs Content. Officer of the Special Needs Alliance, Mr. Frigon also teaches as an adjunct professor at Stetson University College of Law and has been named a .
Mr. Frigon is the owner ofbased in Denver, and has extensive experience in , probate, elder law, Medicare set asides, special needs planning and tax matters. Practicing law for over 30 years, his success is built on excellent customer service, innovative solutions and a thorough knowledge of tax implications when creating life and estate plans. From creating simple and complex wills and trusts, to asset protection to guardian and conservator matters, the law office is recognized for their expertise in special needs planning and tax and all aspects of elder law. Additionally, Mr. Frigon provides consulting services to attorneys and other professionals on public benefit and tax issues related to personal injury settlements including Medicare set aside, first party special needs trusts, medicare claims, Medicaid liens and qualified settlement funds. Visit The Law Offices ofor call 720-200-4025 for more information.
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Liz O'BrienLaw Offices of Bradley J. Frigon, LLC(720) 200-4025