On Wednesday February 26, 2014, Senior Associate Lisa M. McCormack participated in a roundtable discussion presented by the Berkshire Probate and Family Court Bench-Bar Committee and the Berkshire Bar Association. The topic was selected issues surrounding incapacitated persons and persons in need of protection. The only practicing attorney on the panel, Lisa drew on her 12 years of extensive experience handling guardianships and conservatorships, and utilizing the courts to resolve legal issues that arise in medical emergencies. The panel also addressed legal instruments available to avoid court involvement in the cases of incapacitated persons and the legal capacity to execute such instruments.
The other presenters were Noelle Barrist Stern, Esq., Judicial Case Manager, Berkshire Probate and Family Court, and the Honorable Richard A. Simons, First Justice Berkshire Probate and Family Court.
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