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Estate planning is about ensuring that your wishes are honored both during your life and after you’re gone, but it’s also about preserving your legacy and identity. In other words, estate planning is about being remembered, and that’s the foundation of our Legacy Wealth Planning… keeping relationships aliveSM.
A well-crafted estate plan provides flexibility. When done right, it can also prevent a number of legal challenges from arising and accomplish many aims, such as the following:
- avoiding the need for guardianship or conservatorship in the case of incapacity
- avoiding long and costly probate proceedings which may not distribute your assets according to your wishes
- ensuring who will care for your minor children
- protecting your loved ones’ inheritances from creditors
- protecting your children’s inheritance in the event of divorce or death
- avoiding or minimizing “death taxes”
- allowing for planning necessary to protect your assets from the high cost of nursing home care
Who would have thought a lawyer would have such a big heart?
“Attorney Dowling and my family were brought together under difficult circumstances that were tearing apart our family. She was able to listen, comprehend and effectively guide us through a system that we were obviously unfamiliar with. Not only was she a consummate professional, she was kind and caring and lent a shoulder to cry on when it was needed. She listened not only as a lawyer but as a mother and was a shining star in what can be a system of finger-pointing and preconceived notions.”
Why Work With A Massachusetts Estate Planning And Elder Law Attorney?
Understanding which estate plan options are ideal for you can be a very intimidating undertaking. An experienced estate planning attorney can guide you through the process to craft a plan that alleviates that pressure and gives you peace of mind. Creating a comprehensive estate plan tailored to your unique needs and desires can ensure that your loved ones and elders have the resources they need. It can also help you avoid the significant amount of time and money associated with both living and death probate, ensuring the person you choose is able to make financial and healthcare decisions on your behalf should you become unable.
If you or your family members find themselves facing probate, it is important to contact an experienced probate attorney versed in Massachusetts laws and procedures. It is always best to take the time to consult with a Massachusetts elder law attorney before making any major decisions about what you want to happen when you become incapacitated or pass away. The right attorney will be able to guide you through the process with patience and compassion, while ensuring that you are in compliance with all state and federal laws.
Having an estate plan in place is one of the most meaningful things you can provide for your loved ones. Making sure that your estate plan is both complete and effective requires the kind of strategic thinking that we at Solutions Law Group LLC employ every day. An experienced estate planning and probate attorney can explain all of the options, help you meet your goals, ensure that you are able to fulfill the needs of your loved ones, and preserve your legacy.
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Areas We Serve
Based in Burlington, Massachusetts, Solutions Law Group LLC has satellite offices in Cambridge and Dedham, where we meet with clients by appointment. We serve clients all over Massachusetts, including but not limited to the following areas: Cambridge, Somerville, Watertown, Belmont, Arlington, Lexington, Concord, Acton, Littleton Boston, Medford, Melrose, Malden, Woburn, Stoneham, Wakefield, Reading, North Reading, Winchester, Billerica, Tewksbury, Wilmington, Bedford, Lincoln, Carlisle, Groton, Marlborough, Sudbury, Westford, Weston, Wayland, Boxborough, Townsend, Maynard, Stow, West Roxbury, Brookline, Chestnut Hill, Newton, Natick, Needham, Dedham, Canton, Norfolk, Stoughton, Wrentham, Wellesley, Westwood, Milton, Waltham, and throughout Middlesex County, Norfolk County, and Suffolk County.