3 Reasons Why An Estate Lawyer Should Help You Write Your Will

by: Candace McDuffie   Many people consider writing a will scary, ominous, and irrevocable. However, it is a vital step in making sure that your assets are distributed as you wish and that your loved ones are taken care of after you’re gone. You technically...

Children of Divorce, Emotional Support, and Academic Performance

by: Kent Elliott In this blog, I’d like to expand on how the courts are handling things differently now than they did a generation ago. In light of how much easier it is to get divorced today than it was in the past, and how prevalent it is in our society, courts are...

Why Even Young People Need an Elder Law Attorney

by: Candace McDuffie   Elder law, which covers an array of legal matters affecting older and/or disabled people, is often overlooked by younger adults due to its specific and distinct nature. An attorney specializing in this form of law is equipped to handle the...

Guest Blog: Tax Reform Explained

by: Joshua E. Levine, CPA   The final version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was signed into law by President Trump on Friday, December 22, 2017. As expected, there are numerous changes and a majority of the discussion covers the increase in the standard deduction,...

4 Surprises About Massachusetts Divorce

by: Amanda J. Shuman, Esq. Published: December 12, 2017  Everyone has seen enough television and movies to think that they have a good grip of what divorce is. So the first step of any divorce case we take on is client education. From my experience, here are four...