"The Total Woman" Hosts Attorney Lucy Budman

"The Total Woman" Cable Access show hosts
Curley Law Firm's Lucy J. Budman

Wakefield, MA - Cheryl Webb Scott recently hosted local Certified Elder Law Attorney Lucy J. Budman for two Elder Law segments on the public access TV show "The Total Woman."

One of only 21 Certified Elder Law Attorney's in Massachusetts, Lucy focused on how she helps her clients with legal planning to protect their independence as they age. During the program, Lucy noted that as people live longer, they require specialized estate and elder law planning. It is imperative for seniors that they have estate planning to ensure that their assets are protected through careful legal planning to maintain them over the long term. She also raised the importance of people of all ages signing advance directives for health care and financial decision making.

Cheryl Webb Scott said "We have looked for someone in this specialty field of the law for quite some time. With Baby Boomers making their way into retirement in record numbers, the need for legal information and understanding of the numerous options available to them is a critical issue. Lucy has done a terrific job of helping narrow that gap of information for our viewers and helping them to recognize how important it is to have an organized legal plan for their future and the future of their loved ones."

After the tapings, Lucy said, "it was a great pleasure to work with the women who make Total Woman possible. I thank Cheryl and her crew for recognizing how important estate planning and elder law is to their audience."
Lucy practices law with father and son attorneys Mark and Patrick Curley at Curley Law Firm in Wakefield, where she focuses her practice on estate planning, asset protection planning, and specialized estate and capital gains tax planning.

The Total Woman is a cable access program, started in 1992 and produced out of Stoneham Cable Access Station by an all-female, all-ages crew. Cheryl Webb Scott interviews women from all over the world and from all walks of life to discuss issues relating to their work and their lives. The highly successful program is now circulated to cable access stations in 52 communities throughout the Eastern and Mid Western states.

Check your local cable access listings to see when "The Total Woman" elder law programs will be airing, or watch online by visiting our YouTube channel.