I grew up in a small town in western Massachusetts where, at the age of 13, I learned exactly what was meant by “hard work.” Through my early teen years and well into my 20’s, I worked in various positions throughout the hotel and restaurant industry, from dishwashing to waiting tables, to general manager.
I worked long hours, understanding that “customer service” requires more than just serving the customer’s needs at a given moment. It requires anticipating what a customer’s needs may be and preparing for those anticipations. And that, in essence, is what I do in my estate planning practice.
Estate planning is more than just creating a document because if it was just creating a document, any document preparation service would do. Estate planning is anticipating all the “what if” questions you may have plus anticipating the questions you don’t know to ask.
I began my law practice straight out of law school, having graduated during the Great Recession of the late 2000s, concentrating my practice in areas of estate planning, estate administration, and estate litigation.
Working together we can make sure:
Working with my clients, I am able to assist them in developing a sound estate plan and ensure it remains current throughout their life.