Top Marlborough Trusts Lawyers - Massachusetts


For over 13 years, the law firm of Shipley & Associates, located in Natick, Massachusetts, has helped elderly clients ensure the integrity of their estate. A member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Attorney Susan J. Shipley is a committed and skilled legal advocate for elderly clients throughout the Metro West area. The law firm of Shipley & Associates offers flexible legal...

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....

Founded in 1992, Joel A. Bernstein & Associates – Plain English Trusts & Wills in 3 Weeks – Lexington, MA, provides dedicated estate planning services to clients in the Lexington area of Massachusetts, as well as throughout the state. Offering focused counsel and confidential service, I help people craft plans that are uniquely suited for their specific needs and goals.  ...


Helping people maintain their quality of life and financial security as they age, we provide focused elder law counsel at The Law Office of Madge & Johnson, P.C., in Westford, Massachusetts. Our attorneys work with clients to make health care decisions, plan for long-term care needs, make end-of-life decisions, and deal with the other inevitable and unexpected challenges of aging. For our...

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