In order to protect your safety in response to the threats of COVID-19, we are offering our clients the ability to meet with us through telephone and video conferencing. As directed by Governor Baker, our North Reading office is closed, however, you may reach us by phone or email at any time. We want all of our clients, current and future, to know that we are available to them, especially during this time when estate planning is critical to properly protect their home and other assets from medical and other potential future costs. We are keeping our website and Facebook page up to date as we learn more about the financial relief offered by new federal legislation. We encourage you to take the time to think about your future and reach out to us so that we may provide you with the best resources to guide you during this time of uncertainty.

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Is a pre or postnup necessary?

Getting a second chance at a happy marriage is exciting. Remarrying can come with a lot of joy and happiness. However, there may be certain precautions you want to take before jumping in with both feet. Pre and postnuptial agreements have been a sort of taboo subject,...

When should you update and estate plan?

An estate plan is a vibrant, dynamic gathering of documents that should be updated as regularly as possible. It should not be a handwritten note in your dresser or a private document gathering dust in a security deposit box. When you keep this plan relevant, it can be...

Why funding your trust is so important

Most people create a trust because they want peace of mind. They want to know their assets will pass on easily once they are gone, or that if they become incapacitated, an appointed trustee can handle their affairs. However, as the grantor of the trust, you must do...