Do you need help with Probate? Or do you need a will? Help with a trust? Worried and confused about what type of planning you should be doing to protect your family? Call today for an initial consultation. 978-989-9999
Estate Planning and Elder Law Services can help you and your family plan for your futures, and to give you the peace of mind that taking care of your family, legacy, and assets can provide you with. Attorney Murray is an estate planning and elder law attorney providing outstanding legal services in an atmosphere of respect and caring. Our work is designed to address your individual needs, and we listen carefully, and draft documents and plans that help you meet your goals. We are careful to answer questions in a way that real people can understand, even if they aren’t attorneys or tax accountants. This is a complex area of the law, and often touches on sensitive and emotional issues — our goal is to help you through the process without adding to confusion or anxiety. Please be in touch if you or someone you know needs assistance in one of the following areas:
— Estate planning (wills, trusts, powers of attorney, health care proxy, special needs trusts, tax planning)
— Probate (helping your family settle an estate after someone has died)
— Elder Law (planning for incapacity, advanced directives, asset protection and planning, guardianships)
We provide legal services that are affordable, appropriate, and efficient. Most people know that estate planning is an important part of financial planning, not to mention an important part of keeping your family provided for in the way that you choose. We are licensed to practice in Massachusetts, and many of our estate planning, elder law and probate clients come from Cape Ann and Essex County, including Beverly, Gloucester, Ipswich, Manchester, Danvers, Rockport, Essex and Peabody. Wit offices in North Andover, we are convenient for clients in North Andover, Andover, Middleton, and throughout the Merrimack Valley. All legal advice and representation is limited to matters covered by Massachusetts law.