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Kimberly Winslow

Kimberly Winslow

  • Education Law
  • Massachusetts
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Kimberly Winslow is a special education attorney, representing families of students with disabilities seeking to reach their full educational potential. She helps children with a variety of special needs and disabilities who are not making expected progress in school to get the help they need.

Kimberly graduated Suffolk University School of Law cum laude, and is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts.

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  • Education Law
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Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Massachusetts
Massachusetts Board of Bar Overseers
ID Number: 661169
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US District Court for the District of Massachusetts
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Education
Suffolk University Law School
J.D. (2004)
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Honors: Cum Laude
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University of Hartford
B.A. (2001) | Technical Writing
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Honors: Magna Cum Laude
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Professional Associations
State Bar of Massachusetts  # 661169
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1 Questions Answered

Q. Hello! My parents had a reverse mortgage and I'm told an heir can buy the house. Can I negotiate the price?
A: Typically in a reverse mortgage scenario, the borrower does not Deed the property to the bank. It remains in their name. Deeds are public record, and quickly accessible online. http://www.masslandrecords.com/ Click on your county and search with name or address. In most cases, when the borrower dies (in this case, your parents), the mortgage becomes due and payable. The Deed would then transfer to the heirs, who would then need to come up with the money to pay off the mortgage - whatever the amount due is at the date of the payoff. That could be done through a refinance. In some situations, you may be able to negotiate a lower payback amount to the reverse mortgage bank. Otherwise, the heirs would need to sell the house in order to pay off the reverse mortgage - or the house would be foreclosed.
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Law Office of Kimberly L Winslow
23 Franconia Avenue
Natick, MA 01760
Telephone: (617) 485-6977
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