Top Boston Probate & Estate Administration Lawyers - Massachusetts

Attorney John Gianino founded our South Weymouth law firm, the Center For Elder Law & Estate Planning, with the goal of offering the residents of the Boston metropolitan area guidance and support for all estate-related legal matters. Thanks to Mr. Gianino's dedication to his clients and his focus on estate law, the people of eastern Massachusetts know to turn to him when they have needs...

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Lawyers Dedicated to Elder Law When attorney Leo Cushing founded the Cushing & Dolan law firm in 1984, the lawyers focused on tax and estate planning issues for families and businesses. As our law firm grew, we noticed other issues were causing families great concern: long-term care and other matters associated with aging. Serving the Elderly and Their Families throughout Massachusetts The...

At the law firm of Adam Dash & Associates in Somerville, Massachusetts, we believe that quality legal service never goes out of style. Our attorneys practice in a range of areas with a strong focus on real estate law. We are also experienced in handling family law issues, advising couples on all aspects of divorce. We represent clients in Somerville, Cambridge, Medford and Boston. For more...

With licenses in law, real estate and insurance, Mr. Nelson C. Chang has more than 25 year of practical legal experience representing clients in Massachusetts from his office in Saugus, Massachusetts....

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