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When filing a formal or informal estate proceeding in Massachusetts, there is a requirement under MGL chapter 190B § 3-306(g) and § 3-403(g) for the petitioner to give written notice to the Estate Recovery Unit of the Massachusetts Division of Medical Assistance.   Although the address does appear on MPC Form 150 and MPC Form 160, the law libraries are often asked for it.   The address is as follows:

Division of Medical Assistance

Estate Recovery Unit

P.O. Box 15205

Worcester, MA 01615-0205

 

 

 

 

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