Plans for the future of your family and your assets can fall apart if your estate plan is not properly drafted. While it can be tempting to save money by using a do-it-yourself estate planning service or enlisting a lawyer who does not specialize in this area of the law, the results are rarely worth it: endless estate disputes or portions of the inheritance lost to taxes, creditors and other issues that could have — and should have — been planned for.
At Lannik Law in Newton, Massachusetts, we deal with hundreds of estate plans a year. We have seen firsthand exactly what can go wrong. When you come to us for a will, trust or a comprehensive estate plan, you can be confident that it will be drafted properly. If you need your estate plan reviewed and revised, we can eliminate errors and bring it in line with current law. If a loved one has passed away, we will guide you through the probate and estate administration process.
Our services are comprehensive. No other law firm in the Greater Boston area offers the complete range of services, experience and expertise of Lannik Law. Contact us to schedule a free consultation with a Newton estate planning attorney.
By combining the disciplines of estate planning and elder law, along with access to the best financial planning resources, accounting services, home care companies and geriatric care managers, we are your full-service estate planning and asset protection law firm.
Needham, Massachusetts, Elder Law Attorney: Estate Planning Leaders
Lannik Law has earned a reputation as a leader in the area of estate and long-term care planning and asset protection. We have memberships in the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, and our law firm is a charter member of the newly formed Senior Estate Planning Institute.
Our founding attorney, Susana Lannik, has been practicing in estate planning and elder law for more than 20 years. Along the way, she has shared her knowledge with her peers through continuing legal education programs sponsored by the Massachusetts Bar Association and Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (MCLE). She has also educated the general public through a variety of published articles, as well as free seminars.
Contact a Watertown, Massachusetts, Probate Lawyer
Call us at 617-564-4151 or send us an e-mail to schedule a free consultation with a Needham, Massachusetts, elder law lawyer.