A sole practitioner in Newton, where her primary areas of practice include Estate Planning, Probate Administration, Tax, Guardianship of Mentally Ill Adults and Veterans, Elder Law and Inter-Generational Mediation.  Attorney Carron is an Adjunct professor of Estates at Suffolk University Law School and has published articles on developments in estate planning legislation and nonprofit charitable tax issues. She lectures in the area of Wills, Probate and Estate Planning for Attorneys, Paralegals, and members of Business and Agricultural organizations. Attorney Carron is also a Certified Master Gardener,  a trained Hospice Volunteer and grew up outside of the United States (mainly Japan, Azores and the Philippines) before living in New England. And she raises Chickens for eggs!

 

Education:

  • University of New Hampshire, B.S. (Pre-Veterinary Medicine)
  • Suffolk University Law School, J.D.
  • Boston University Law School, LL.M. (Masters in Tax)

 

Teaching:

  •  Adjunct Professor  – Estates (a/k/a Wills Course) at Suffolk University Law School (18+ years)

 

Current Court/Legal Related Memberships:

  • Massachusetts Bar
  • New Hampshire Bar
  • United States Tax Court
  • United States Federal District Court for the First Circuit
  • National Association of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA)

 

Affiliations:

 

Attorney Carron has spoken at:

  • National Business Institute
  • Institute for Paralegal Education
  • Suffolk Law School, Guest Lecturer
  • North American Farmer’s Direct Marketing Association

Click here for an extensive list of speaking engagements*********************UPDATE*******************************************************

 

Attorney Carron has published the following Legal Articles:

  • Tax Exempt Status: The First Step in Fund Raising, Supplement to: Funding Private Schools, May, 1995; Grants for School Districts Biweekly Edition, May, 1995; Grants for Cities and Towns Biweekly Hotline, May, 1995; and Funding Law Enforcement Hotline, May, 1995
  • The Taxation of Decedents’ Estates in New Hampshire; What Must You File and Whom Do You Pay, New Hampshire Bar Journal, March 1992
  • Doe v. Reivitz, 830 F.2d 1441 (7th Cir. 1987): The Needs of Legalized Children of Illegal Aliens: Can the AFDC-UP Program Fulfill Those Needs?, Suffolk Transnational Law Journal, Vol. 12-3, Spring 1989
  • Victim Compensation for Hostages of Terrorism Involving Aircraft: From Warsaw and Beyond, Suffolk Transnational Law Journal, Vol 12-2, Winter 1989

 

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