Jackie Yarmo is an Associate at Mandelbaum Barrett and concentrates her practice in the areas of trusts elder and disability law; estate planning; trust and estate administration; probate litigation; guardianship matters; and government benefits. Prior to joining Mandelbaum Barrett, Jackie served as a law clerk to the Honorable Judge Randal C. Chiocca in the Chancery Court of Passaic County. Jackie is passionate about Elder Law issues and served as an intern at the Jewish Association Serving the Aging in their Community Guardian Program during law school.
Jackie received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Boston Conservatory and her Juris Doctor cum laude from Rutgers Law School Newark, where she served as a student attorney in the Education and Health Law Clinic. In addition to practicing law, Jackie enjoys gardening, skiing, and hiking with her family.
Rutgers Law School, J.D., Cum Laude, 2021
Boston Conservatory, B.F.A., Dance, 1988
Mandelbaum Barrett Elder Law and Special Needs Newsletter: February 2023 Issue
February 27, 2023The Elder Law and Special Needs Departments at Mandelbaum Barrett are pleased to bring you our February newsletter in its new and improved format. Check out the Hot Topics and industry events our team has been busy with. As always, we would love to hear your feedback! Read the full newsletter here.
Elder Law and Special Needs Newsletter: January 2023 Issue
January 5, 2023In the January issue of our Elder Law and Special Needs Newsletter, our attorneys share some of their recent articles on industry hot topics, such as “5 Reasons for Seniors to Celebrate in 2023.” We also highlight recent and upcoming events including our Elder Law Team (Richard Miller, Esq., Jason Marx, Esq., Shawna Kirchner Brown, Esq., Donald “Donny” […]
Nursing home residents’ rights at risk in new SCOTUS case
November 14, 2022More than 83 million people access Medicaid services, many of whom are elderly or disabled and using Medicaid resources to fund their residence in a long-term care facility. If you or a loved one are one of these people, you may be interested in the recent case being argued before the Supreme Court last week. […]
What You Should Know About Nursing Home Admissions Contracts
October 5, 2022They cannot require you to be financially responsible for your loved one’s care. Approximately 48 million adults in the U.S. are caring for an adult with health or functional limitations, and nearly one in six is adults is caring for someone aged 50 or older through illness or disability. Nursing homes and residential care facilities […]
The Elder Law Attorneys at Mandelbaum Barrett will present “Legacies Instead of Litigation” on April 18th
March 20, 2023Our Elder Law Team will be presenting “Legacies Instead of Litigation” on April 18th at 8am at 3 Becker Farm Road in Roseland. You can attend in-person or via zoom and a light breakfast will be served. “Legacies Instead of Litigation – Tips to Stay Out of Court for the Aging Population.” The modern American […]
The Elder Law Attorneys at Mandelbaum Barrett to Present a “Hot Topics in Elder Law” Speaker Series Starting in March
January 31, 2023The Elder Law Attorneys at Mandelbaum Barrett is excited to announce our new “Hot Topics in Elder Law” Speaker Series starting March 8th at 6pm at our Roseland campus. The topic for March will be “Myths and Misconceptions in Estate and Medicaid Planning.” Please contact email@example.com or (973)243-7969 for more details and to register. Light […]
The Elder Law attorneys at Mandelbaum Barrett to present Estate Planning seminar at Arbor Terrace Roseland titled “7 Biggest Estate Planning and Asset Preservation Myths”
December 20, 2022The Elder Law attorneys at Mandelbaum Barrett are pleased to be presenting an Estate Planning Seminar to the families of Arbor Terrace in Roseland, NJ, sponsored by TheKey, on January 11th, 2023. Moderated by Elder Law Chair Richard Miller, Esq., attorneys Jason Marx, Esq., Shawna Kirchner Brown, Esq., Donald “Donny” A. Dennison, Esq. and Jacqueline Yarmo, Esq. will discuss the “7 […]