Halley C. Allaire
Welcome to our law firm, Allaire Elder Law LLC, Connecticut law firm, with substantial emphasis on elder law, elder
care at home, Medicaid ( title 19), home and asset protection, and trust and
estate planning. Attorney Halley C. Allaire is dedicated to helping
families obtain the care they need for their loved ones, to keep them at
home, if possible, while preserving the home and assets for the family to
the maximum extent provided by the law.
We understand the difficult personal, financial and legal issues our clients
face and believe that our experienced staff of elder law attorney Halley C. Allaire, together with paralegals, who include former State of Connecticut
Department of Social Services Medicaid ( Title 19) eligibility workers,
social workers, and former nursing home admissions director, allows us to
develop a comprehensive, holistic solution to our client's needs, and is not
typical of most law firms.
Our goal is to help you keep your loved ones at home, if possible, and help
find the home care or nursing home care you may need, and use our lawyer's
skills and expertise to obtain public benefits including Medicaid (Title
19), protect your assets, and hopefully relieve the stress and uncertainty
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Halley C. Allaire
Allaire Elder Law LLC
271 Farmington Ave
Bristol, CT 06010
Phone: (860) 584-2384 x 318
Toll Free: (877) 913-5337
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Attorney Halley C. Allaire works with her father advising on elder law and elder care. She is a graduate of Miss Porter's School, Hamilton College, American University Washington College of Law, and the Naval War College.
She served nine years in the U.S. Navy as a JAG Officer, and completed her final tour in support of U.S. Fifth Fleet based out of Bahrain in 2021.
She is active with the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and Life Care Planning Law Firms Association. Halley also devotes volunteer hours to the Environmental Learning Centers of Connecticut, which oversees the Harry C. Barnes Memorial Nature Center and Indian Rock Nature Preserve, as well as the Main Street Community Foundation, assisting to provide grants to the many programs which benefit residents of the Central Connecticut region, and her high school as a class representative. In her free time, Halley enjoys spending time with her family.
About the NCPC
The National Care Planning Council and its affiliated members are dedicated to helping families recognize the need for long term care planning and to helping implement that planning. Integrity, honesty, and a genuine concern for those who are in need of (or may need) long term care are at the heart of our services.