When a family member passes away, the distribution of their possessions can cause major arguments among other family members. You can avoid this with your family by having a will or trust in place so everyone knows exactly what your wishes are with regard to your personal belongings and your home.
Last will and testament
Power of attorney
Health Care Proxy and living will
Revocable living trust
Particularly if you have minor childres or own your own home, the administration of your estate is simpler and less expensive if you have a will. Without a will, Massachusets Sate Law dictates the disposition of your property. Having a will allows you to make the decisions that will affect your family.
While handling your will and trust documents, we can also assist you with your real estate needs.