CONTRACT REVIEW AND NEGOTIATION
Our firm has extensive experience reviewing contracts for individuals, small businesses and corporations which included but is not limited to: employment contracts lease agreements proprietary and confidentiality agreements purchase and sale agreements
Filling a Medicaid application on behalf of a loved one needing nursing home placement can be a very complicated and confusing process for family members. Our firm handles this process from the initial application itself through to the final approval from Medicaid.
In addition, we can do the follow up for the annual reviews.
PROBATE OF ESTATES
After the loss of a loved one our firm can handle the details of possible probate and closing of the estate whether or not there was a will.
Because we understand how difficult this process is, we relieve you of the stress by completing this undertaking from start to finish.
WILLS, ESTATES, AND TRUSTS
Whether you need basic estate planning documents or have more complex estate planning needs, our firm can ensure your needs are met and will walk you through a variety of options at your consultation.
Some say that “failing to plan is planning to fail.” But we all know that life doesn’t always follow our plans. In certain matters, having someone with experience and legal knowledge to help you map out a new strategy is necessary. We want to help you plan for your future and the future of your family. Whether it is through Contract Negotiation, Wills, Estate and Trust Planning or even Prenuptial Agreements, we are here for you. We also help resolve delicate matters that may overwhelm you, including probating the estate of a family member. If you find you need a professional and trusted hand to help guide you through sensitive legal circumstances, rest assured, our law office is here for you. Should you choose to mediate your divorce, we can guide you through that.
What is Elder Law? Elder Law is a specialized area of the law geared for people ages 60 and over. The wills that are created prior to reaching 60 may not be appropriate anymore because of the growing concerns about assisted living and health care later in life. This can be very stressful on the elder and their loved ones. However, there are some planning techniques that are available to protect your assets, but you must start planning while you are of sound mind and in reasonably good health.
ELIZABETH ST. PIERRE
8 Federal Way, Suite 5, Groveland, MA 01834
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