Page 20 THE MALDEN ADVOCATE–Friday, May 6, 2022 Malden resident to star in ‘Boeing, Boeing’ rlington Friends of the Drama (AFD) will be opening its doors again for the final show of the season, “Boeing, Boeing.” A French farce written by Marc Camoletti, it tells the story of Bernard, an American living in Paris, who is simultaneously engaged to three different airA line hostesses. Because they are of different nationalities and fly three different airlines, Bernard has been able to juggle their schedules so that they never meet. But when Boeing brings in faster jets, he is bound to hit some turbulence in his previously perfect arrangement. Malden resident Jon Nuquist plays Robert, an old friend who arrives for a visit just as Bernard’s life is about to unravel. At first amazed by his host’s ability to juggle three women at once, he quickly finds he is not immune to their beautiful charms himself. “Boeing, Boeing is actually the only play I’ve ever seen on Broadway, with an all-star cast. I loved it and always hoped I’d MASSHEALTH’S CALCULATION OF VALUE OF LIFE ESTATES M assHealth issued Eligibility Operations Memo 1912, “Calculating the value of a life estate and remainder interest” on August 15, 2019. Effective September 3, 2019, MassHealth no longer uses the IRS Table S interest rates (found in Book Aleph) along with interest rates published by the IRS pursuant to Internal Revenue Code Section 7520 when calculating the value of a life estate and remainder interest in real estate. MassHealth is now using the Social Security Operations Manual (POMS) SI 01140.120 Life Estate and Remainder Interest Table. The result of this is that the value of a life estate interest as calculated by MassHealth is much higher than it otherwise would be under the old valuation method. Therefore, if a parent had deeded his or her home to the children many years ago with a reserved life estate and now wishes to sell the home, the amount of the net sales proceeds that will belong to the parent is a lot higher than it otherwise would be. Once the home is sold and the parent is now credited with the portion attributed to the life estate interest, those monies will then be considered countable assets when applying for MassHealth. If the parent immediately transfers those monies to his or her children, a new five year look back period would commence as of the date of the transfer. As a result, much more money is at stake if the parent were to go into a nursing home prior to the expiration of that five-year period. If the real estate is a vacation home, if MassHealth utilizes the new tables for valuing the life estate in the vacation home, the parent may very well be over the asset limit due to the higher valuation. Using the old IRS Table S along with the Internal Revenue Code Section 7520 interest rates would result in much less exposure as far as countable assets are concerned. One option would be to rent out the vacation home at a profit and take the position that the vacation home is necessary for self-support. In this case, the vacation home would not be considered a countable asset. The net income from the vacation home would have to be paid to the nursing home as part of the patient pay amount, but MassHealth would pay the bulk of the monthly nursing home cost if the application is otherwise approved. If the real estate in question is your principal residence and it is sold, under the MassHealth new calculation methodology, more of the gain will be allocated to the life tenant resulting in less or no capital gains tax due to the $250,000 capital gains tax exclusion (if single) or $500,000 (if married). If the children do not live in the home, they would not be able to take advantage of the capital gains tax exclusion. In that situation, having less of the sales proceeds attributed to the remaindermen (i.e. children) would end up saving them in taxes. Joseph D. Cataldo is an Estate Planning/Elder Law Attorney, Certified Public Accountant, Certified Financial Planner, AICPA Personal Financial Specialist and holds a Master’s Degree in Taxation. PUBLIC NOTICE CITY OF MALDEN LICENSING BOARD Notice is hereby given that a Public Hearing will be held before the Licensing Board for the City of Malden at 215 Pleasant Street, Room 108, Malden, MA on the 26th day of April 2022 at 6:00 p.m. regarding the application of Donut Villa Diner 1 Highland Avenue, Malden for an all-alcoholic beverages license as a restaurant. Application is being made for a 7-day license. All interested parties will be given an opportunity to be heard. Lee A. Kinnon, Chairman Andrew Zeiberg, Member Frances Lin, Member May 6, 2022 ~ Legal Notice ~ COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS THE TRIAL COURT PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT DEPARTMENT Middlesex Probate and Family Court 10-U Commerce Way Woburn, MA 01801 Docket No. MI21D0955DR ORDER FOR SERVICE BY PUBLICATION AND MAILING Amanda Ramos Cussuol, Plaintiff vs. Antonio Sergio Pretti Haddad, Defendant Upon motion of plaintiff for an order directing the defendant, to appear, plead, or answer, in accordance with Mass.R.Civ.P./ Mass.R.Dom.Rel.P.Rule 4, it appearing to the court that this is an action for Divorce 1B. Pursuant to Supplemental Probate Court Rule 411, an Automatic Restraining Order has been entered against the above named parties. Defendant cannot be found within the Commonwealth and his/her present whereabouts are unknown. Personal service on defendant is therefore not practicable, and defendant has not voluntarily appeared in this action. It is Ordered that defendant is directed to appear, plead, answer, or otherwise move with respect to the complaint herein on or before May 24, 2022. If you fail to do so, this Court will proceed to the hearing and adjudication of this matter. Date: 4/12/22 HON. MAUREEN H. MONKS JUSTICE OF PROBATE AND FAMILY COURT May 6, 2022 get a chance to do the show someday,” said Nuquist. “Working with Paul Murphy [the director] has been great because he knows what he wants, but he’s very collaborative and is open to any ideas from the cast.” Nuquist said it has sometimes been hard to get Mark Rylance’s performance (from the Broadway show) out of his head to make the character his own. ~ LEGAL NOTICE ~ Malden resident Jon Nuquist will be starring in “Boeing, Boeing” from May 6-22. (Courtesy Photo) “I’ve been drawn to comedy ever since I first moved to Boston and did five farces in a row at Quincy Dinner Theater,” he said. “I’ve felt most comfortable with comedy, especially British humor.” This is not Nuquist’s first time at AFD Theatre. He was last seen as Vanya in “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,” as well as in “Table Manners” and “The Unexpected Guest.” “I am always impressed by the sets and everything done behind the scenes by the crew at AFD,” said Nuquist. “I hope people will come see the show to appreciate all their hard work as well as the comedy.” “Boeing, Boeing” opens on May 6 and runs through May 22. Performances are Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased online at afdtheatre.org, via email at boxoffice@ afdtheatre.org or by calling 781646-5922. The theatre is wheelBOEING | SEE PAGE 23 MALDEN: TODAY | FROM PAGE 6 the elderly ladies dancing, kids running around blowing horns and throwing snap pops. Fried dough stand. Butch and the guys cooking sausages. The beer tent. Gatherings in backyards. Mr. Pic’s driveway. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday morning meet at corner! Go cut down the grease pole! Where is everyone!? Who has a chainsaw!? Marching down Highland Ave. carrying the tree. Cars honkin! The boys cheering. Immaculate parking lot; shave the pole. Who’s digging the hole? Did you get the grease yet? Sun is shining. Great morning. Done! Get it to the yard on Pearl. Waiting for the Saint to march down the street. People gathering. The boys dress to get dirty. One tier. Two tiers. Six tiers. A couple of tries. Pino gets it. Yeah! Bring money to Saint. Pictures. Pride. Need a beer. Great music. Great people. Just a great time. That’s the Feast I remember. Viva Saint Rocco!”

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