Steve Weisman, Estate Planning Attorney

Steve Weisman hosts the nationally syndicated radio show A Touch of Grey, heard on more than 50 stations, including WABC in New York City and KRLA in Los Angeles. He is a practicing lawyer specializing in estate planning and is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court. He's a public speaker and commentator who has appeared on many radio and television shows throughout the country, and he's the legal editor of Talkers magazine, the preeminent trade publication of talk radio.

Weisman has also taught at the University of Massachusetts, Curry College, and Boston University. Presently, he's a senior lecturer at Bentley College. Steve is the author of A Guide to Elder Planning: Everything You Need to Know to Protect Yourself Legally and Financially, Boomer or Bust: Your Financial Guide to Retirement, Health Care, Medicare, and Long-Term Care, and 50 Ways to Protect Your Identity and Your Credit: Everything You Need to Know About Identity Theft, Credit Cards, Credit Repair, and Credit Reports. His latest book is The Truth About Avoiding Scams.

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The trustee will not release the funds to me. — Aug 25, 2010
The duties and responsibilities of the trustee are as set out in the specific trust document. I urge you to contact a lawyer to review the trust on your behalf to see if t...
If my uncle leaves my mom an inheritance, will Medicaid take it? — Aug 25, 2010
If his Will is not signed, there is no Will to be presented to Probate unless he had a previous Will that is still in effect. If your mother were to be eligible to receive...
Does Mom still have first say if I'm the POA for Dad? — Aug 18, 2010
This is quite complicated and unfortunately no one could begin to give you advice without reviewing the documents themselves and discussing the circumstances under which th...