Linda T. Cammuso is a founding partner at Estate Preservation Law Offices. A skilled estate planning professional, her practice focuses on estate and asset protection planning, estate and trust administration, tax planning, elder and disability law, and corporate and business planning. Accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs, Linda provides veterans and their families with advice on the complex areas of law regarding VA pension benefits, also known as Aid & Attendance. She previously worked in the nursing home industry where she gained valuable insight into elder law and long-term care issues. Her knowledge in this field is a distinct benefit in working with clients who are facing long-term care planning challenges. Previously, she practiced as an associate attorney at Fusaro, Altomare & Ermilio in its Estate, Trust and Tax Department.
In keeping with the partners’ vision for community reach, Linda has served as a member of the Board of Directors for various nonprofit organizations including Girls Inc. of Worcester (of which she was also the Secretary and Second Vice President), Luk Inc. and Spring House. She currently serves as a Corporator for Girls Inc. of Worcester and the Greater Worcester Community Foundation. Linda developed the Estate Preservation Law Scholarship Fund to demonstrate the firm’s commitment to higher education. She is a past recipient of Worcester Business Journal’s Forty under Forty award.
Linda has authored numerous articles on elder and long-term care planning issues and has appeared on Money Matters Radio as a co-host. She is a frequent speaker for various community and professional organizations.
Assumption College - Bachelor's Degree
Suffolk University Law School - Juris Doctor
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