Judith L. Bomster

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“Attorney Judith Bomster is skilled in all matters of elder law and has done presentations here at Taylor Retirement Community helping seniors know the important considerations when selecting a continuing care retirement community (CCRC). Her knowledge and expertise is essential, yet what also stands out is her practical approach and what I see is a true desire to help others with not only information but compassion. I’ve recently learned that several of our residents have used her services or those of her partner when navigating through tricky elder law questions and issues.”

Paul Charlton, VP of Marketing

Taylor Community, Laconia, NH

Attorney Judith Bomster

Judith L. Bomster, Esquire is a partner of Butenhof & Bomster, PC, practicing in the areas of trusts, estate planning, special needs trusts, and elder law with an emphasis on tailoring estate plans and public benefits eligibility to ensure long-term financial security for clients and their families. Known as a knowledgeable and clear communicator, Judith widely shares her expertise through continuing legal education programs with the NH Bar Association and by addressing numerous private and local organizations. She is an affiliate and member on the publication committee of the Special Needs Alliance (SNA), a national, invitation-only network of lawyers dedicated to Disability and Public Benefits Law.

A sampling of Judith’s recent engagements:

New Hampshire Bar Association

“Preserving Public Benefits:  Techniques for the Family Law Practitioner”

Taylor Community CCRC

“Overview of CCRCs (Continuing Care Retirement Communities)”

New Hampshire Bar Association, Family Law Bar

“Knowing Your Options When Divorce and Public Benefits Collide”

New Hampshire Bar Association, 34th Annual Tax Forum

“ABLE Accounts”

New Hampshire NAELA (National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys)

“Financial Exploitation – What you Need to Know to Protect You and  Your Clients; Ethical Considerations”

New Hampshire Bar Association

10th Annual Ethics CLE

New Hampshire Bar Association, Trust and Estate Section

“The ABLE Act”

New Hampshire Bar Association

“Social Security Disability Essentials”

National Business Institute (NBI)

“The Probate Process from Start to Finish, Ethical Considerations”

“Medicaid Risk Analysis: Identifying Medicaid Eligibility and Avoiding Malpractice”

Sterling Education Services

“Trust Planning and Drafting Techniques”

New Hampshire Society of CPA’s

“Medicaid Benefits and Eligibility Rules for Long-Term Care Benefits”

“Planning for Disability, Medicare Overview and  Estate Planning 101”