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Linda Bolin earned her law degree in 1984 from Chase College of Law and is admitted to practice in Ohio and Texas. Previously she was Director of Planning for the City of Cincinnati Health Department.
Areas of practice focus on estate planning, disability options and planning, probate administration, and long-term care including Medicaid.
She has published extensively and has spoken at the request of numerous organizations including: the American Medical Association, University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, American and Texas Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, Ohio Psychological Association, Texas Psychological Association, Methodist Medical Center, University of Texas at Arlington, Texas Women’s University, Amber University, Tarleton University, Texas Counseling Association, Hardin Summons University, Southwest Family Institute, and the National Association of Social Workers.
Past and present affiliations include: the Bar Associations of Ohio, Cincinnati, Texas and Dallas; the Elder Law, Real Property, Estate Planning and Probate Law committees ofthe Cincinnati Bar Association; advisor for Lawyers Against Domestic Violence; the Board of Directors of the Terrace Guild; vice-president ofthe Women’s Law Caucus; president of Dallas Metro Counseling Association, Volunteer Lawyer for the Poor, Attorney for Texas Psychological Association Legal Consultation Program, and Pro-Seniors panel attorney.
Disabilitv and Long Term Care
• Guardianship proceedings
• Special Needs Trusts for disabled persons
• Traditional and Non-traditional estate plans (beyond first early marriage,
• Decedents’ estates – transfer of assets
• Will contests
Long- Term Care
• Medicaid Requirements
• Medicaid Application
• State Medicaid Hearing
• Administrative Appeal
• Representation for Individuals and Nursing Homes in obtaining Longterm