We are proud of our historic building on Main Street in Lewiston. If you pass by, take note of the beautiful new front porch built by Bob Turgeon Construction this summer.
We’re happy to announce the addition of Pat Warner, legal assistant to our staff. She brings many years of experience as assistant register at the Oxford County Probate Court.
Attorney Kathleen Kienitz conducted a do-it-yourself advanced directives session at the Andy Valley Senior Expo which was held at the Hilton Garden Inn in Auburn in June. She also conducted a session at the Auburn Parks and Recreation Facility on financial abuse and scams.
Kathleen Kienitz is pleased to announce that Mia Poliquin Pross, Esq. has joined the firm as associate attorney. She has years of experience in finance, health insurance, social policy, and advocacy on behalf of health care consumers. She earned a Juris Doctor in 2004 from the University of New Hampshire School of Law. Read more about Attorney Poliquin Pross here.
Ms. Kienitz will be a speaker and presenter at the upcoming continuing education seminar put on by NBI, Inc.: “Estate Planning and Administration: The Complete Guide.” This two day seminar is geared towards lawyers, financial planners and accountants, and is being held on December 18, 2017 at the Courtyard Portland, Downtown/Waterfront (321 Commercial Street, Portland, ME)
For more information and to register, click here.
Attorney Kienitz was quoted in a recent article in the NAELA News magazine, a publication of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. The article discusses possible changes to the MaineCare rules which would negatively impact seniors and NAELA’s advocacy.
Read the full article here
Hosted by Maine Senior Guide, the expo will feature music and antique appraisals, 35 exhibitors and the Speaker’s Gallery. Attorney Kathleen Kienitz leads a hands-on workshop on advanced directives. Participants will leave with a witnessed advanced directive.
Wed, June 21, 2017, 10 a.m.
Kathleen Kienitz will be a presenter at the Elder Law & Estate Planning Institute to be held at the Augusta Civic Center, May 5-6, which will be featuring nationally known expert on retirement benefits, Natalie Choate. Ms. Kienitz’s topic will be on the use of Supplemental Needs Trusts in planning for people receiving disability benefits.
Elder Law Offices of Kathleen Kienitz will have a booth at the upcoming Aging Well Living Well event at Sunday River in October 2017 , sponsored by Seniors Plus. They will be handing out a lot of valuable information relevant to elder law and estate planning as well as other goodies. Stay tuned for more details as the date approached.
For more information about Seniors Plus: http://www.seniorsplus.org