Estate planning law firms near me
In the past maybe you've signed a will or trust. Many people will sign multiple wills or trusts in their lifetime. For many, it may be about 20 years from the first one to find the time to review their MA estate planning situation.
But if signed several years ago your situation now may be quite different.
(By the way, a will can be called a Last Will and Testament. But the experts say this just adds useless superfluous wording. Referring to a will is just fine. In fact, we deliver Plain English estate planning documents.
We're familiar with both wills and trust, and equally comfortable with each approach. We can talk about which approach is right for you, now, in your current situation. We can talk about the pros and cons of a MA revocable living trust.
We can review documents for clients throughout eastern Massachusetts. This includes the towns of Lexington, and adjacent or nearby towns of Waltham, Lincoln, Bedford, Burlington, Woburn, Winchester, Arlington, and Belmont. And for those also who live in other towns and cities.
You can bring your current will and documents to discuss at a meeting with me. Contact us to set up a meeting.
Or maybe you need a newer estate plan, that is, the documents that involve a will and maybe a MA revocable living trust. And we'll talk about the differences between a revocable and irrevocable trust.
In short, if I see changes that will benefit you and your family I'll tell you.
And, if you live very close or west of Lexington, be assured we have clients throughout that area as well. We've done MA wills and trusts for people living in Lincoln, Woburn, Burlington, Winchester, Arlington, Belmont, and Waltham. And beyond Worcester people have come to see us.
We also have clients that live beyond the immediate Lexington area, and these clients live in Acton, Concord, Westford, Chelmsford, Sudbury, Wayland, Weston, Newton, Brookline, Cambridge, Somerville and Boston.