Lindsay V.R. Moss, Esq.
Elder Law, Medicaid and VA Planning, Special Needs Planning, Asset Protection, Assisted Living and Nursing Home Placement, Estate Planning, Estate Administration
Ms. Moss assists clients in a variety of elder law, estate planning and special needs matters. She assists clients in medical crisis situations, working with families to obtain the best possible results for their loved ones. She has an extensive knowledge of both the Maryland Medicaid system and the Veteran’s Administration. She routinely assists with the needs of elderly and special needs clients and addresses issues that may result from physical and cognitive disabilities.
J.D., University of Baltimore School of Law; Mount Royal Scholar
B.S., Towson University, Magna Cum Laude, Dean’s List
Towson University Honor’s College
Bar and Court Admissions
Maryland Court of Appeals; Maryland State Bar Association (Elder and Disability Rights Section, Estate and Trusts Law section, Veteran’s Affairs and Military Law Section); Howard County Bar Association
Professional Activities and Achievements
Ms. Moss is a VA-accredited attorney. Additionally, Ms. Moss has an Advanced Certification in Mediation. She is also a Certified Dementia Practitioner (NCCDP) and is certified in Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care (HFAM/MAADS). Ms. Moss recently obtained her Certification in Guardianship Mediation. She is a member of the Women’s Law Center of Maryland and is one of the founders of the Students Supporting Women’s Law Center.
Publication / Speeches
VA Aid and Attendance – A Tax Free Pension for Those That Qualify, October 2020
Apples & Oranges: Knowing the Differences Between Assisted Living Facilities (ALFs) & Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNFs), August 2020
Protecting Assets While Qualifying for Medicaid, NBI Seminar Faculty, August 2020
Trusts: The Ultimate Guide, NBI Seminar Faculty, October 2018
Trusts: The Ultimate Guide, NBI Seminar Faculty, October 2017
Protecting Assets While Qualifying for Medicaid, NBI Seminar Faculty, August 2017
The Maryland Community First Choice Program: Enhanced Federal Funding Will Expand Home and Community-Based Care Services, XLVII Md. B.J., 12-17 (May/June 2014).
Recent Development, Fitzgerald v. St.,153 Md. App. 601, 35 U. Baltimore L.F. 155 (2005).
Ms. Moss comes from a diverse background. Upon admission to the Maryland Bar, Ms. Moss worked as an associate with a Columbia-based law firm concentrating primarily in family law matters. She quickly learned that her passion was working with the elderly and disabled and in 2008 accepted a position as Director of an Adult Medical Daycare Center located in Annapolis, Maryland. In this position she gained a vast knowledge of the complexities of various Federal and State programs, as well as benefits offered through the Veteran’s Administration. Ms. Moss joined Elville and Associates, P.C. in April, 2013 and continues to devote her efforts and passion for helping the elderly and disabled.