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Elder Law Attorney Dale  Tamburro
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Dale Tamburro

Law Offices of Dale J. Tamburro, P.C.
90 Concord Avenue
3rd Floor
Belmont, MA 02478

Dale is a graduate of Belmont High School, Clark University and Boston College Law School and a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Real Estate Bar Association and the Massachusetts Bar Association. More »

Elder Law Attorney Amanda  Hsiao
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Amanda Hsiao

Pathway Law
385 Concord Avenue, Suite 103
Belmont, MA 02478

Amanda is a senior associate at Pathway Law, working at the Belmont office. More »

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Michael Burgess

Law Offices of Dale J. Tamburro, P.C.
90 Concord Avenue
3rd Floor
Belmont, MA 02478

Michael is a graduate of Belmont High School, Assumption College and The Massachusetts School of Law. He is a Reverse Mortgage specialist and Massachusetts Bar Association member. Mr Burgess was admitted to practice law in 1995 and joined The Law Office of Dale J. More »

Elder Law Attorney Kathy  McNair
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Kathy McNair

Senior Solutions, LLC Attorneys at Law
30 Church Street, Suite 210
Belmont, MA 02478

Kathy has been practicing Elder Law for eighteen years. She is a graduate of Boston College Law School and earned her bachelor's degree in Psychology from St. Lawrence University. More »

Elder Law Attorney Liane  Zeitz
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Liane Zeitz

Pathway Law
385 Concord Avenue, Suite 103
Belmont, MA 02478

LIANE ZEITZ practices law at Pathway Law in Norwood and Belmont, concentrating in elder and disability law, including Medicaid, health care and estate planning, nursing home issues, guardianship, and probate law. More »



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