Tracey Ingle, Ingle Law

Tracey Ingle is not your ordinary attorney. Sure, she has all the training and degrees on her wall: a Bachelor’s degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a law degree from Suffolk University Law School (where she attended school in the evening while working full-time). She is certified by the Veterans Administration, President of the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and has been sworn in to argue cases before the United States Supreme Court in Washington DC.

In 2002, the law firm Tracey was working for abruptly closed its doors. With very little warning, tremendous support from the Chamber and colleagues, a new law business was created. In the past eight and a half years, the business has grown to employ six staff people and consultants.

There is a lot more to Attorney Ingle’s practice than the rote mechanics of life care and estate planning, probate, elder law and child protection planning. What’s unique about Tracey is that she genuinely enjoys helping parents with kids, kids with parents and the parents themselves. She solves the puzzles unique to estate planning, life care planning, Medicaid, and probate and trust administration. Tracey’s working philosophy is to start with her expert knowledge of existing legal controls and options, add a good dose of practical application and common sense, and then develop a customized package to meet her clients’ specific needs.

In addition to her legal endeavors, Tracey serves on the Board of Directors for the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce, is President of New England Randonneurs, Inc. and a Regional Brevet Administrator for Randonneurs USA. She is also a member of Business Network International, having served in the past as an Assistant Director and Member Services Director.

When Tracey is not solving puzzles for her clients, she’s probably solving them for herself in the form of hobbies and interests. She can often be found cooking, singing karaoke, at the gym or traveling. Most recently, Tracey took up running. In 2010, she completed a 5K road race, the Tufts 10K and a half marathon in Lisbon, Portugal. 2011 will find Tracey getting back on the mat to train in Brazilian jiu jitsu. The puzzles and challenges never get boring.

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