Partner in Regional Law Firm Presents at National Conference
November 22, 2006
Hyman G. Darling, Esquire
Springfield, MA – The regional law firm of Bacon & Wilson, P.C. is proud to announce partner, Hyman G. Darling, was a speaker at the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys’ Advanced Elder Law Institute in Salt Lake City, Utah earlier this month. He spoke about succession planning and is nationally recognized as one of the noted legal experts in that field.
Attorney Darling is chairman of Bacon & Wilson’s Estate Planning and Elder Law Departments, and he is recognized as the area’s preeminent estate planner. His areas of expertise include estate planning, probate and elder law. Darling is a past president of the Hampden County Bar Association, he teaches law Bay Path College and is an adjunct professor at Western New England College School of Law – LLM program, teaching Elder Law. He is a frequent lecturer on estate planning, taxes, and probate topics at both the local and national levels. Darling lives in Longmeadow.
Bacon & Wilson, P.C. has a total of 36 lawyers plus 65 paralegals, secretaries and other support staff. The firm’s main office is located in Springfield, with additional offices in Westfield, Northampton and Amherst. The firm was founded in 1895, and Bacon & Wilson provides legal services in almost every area of the law to clients throughout Western Massachusetts and Northern Connecticut.
by: Hyman G. Darling