Massachusetts Elder Law Attorneys
1140 Washington St.
Hanover, MA 02339
1212 Hancock St.
Quincy, MA 02169-4300
The last thing you want to worry about is your future.
Most senior citizens are unaware of the benefits and programs they are eligible for and end up paying a large amount of money out-of-pocket for health care. We take time to understand your objectives, plan for these benefits, and receive as much support as possible when you need it most.
Our firm is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, providing a range of elder law services to many elderly or disabled individuals and their families. Our attorneys are knowledgeable about the latest Massachusetts and federal laws, and can be a great help when you are thinking about your future.
We will explain and guide you through the following elder law services:
- Long-term Care and Insurance
- Medicaid Planning
- Disability Planning
- Wills, Trusts, and Estate Planning
- Conservatorships / Guardianships
- Advance Directives like health care proxies and powers-of-attorney
Give us a call today to understand your options. With so many choices, your best bet is choosing us.
Visit our Elder Law Archive for a complete list of resources, including information on estate planning, health and disability planning, and advance directives.
Look over our Home for the Holidays Checklist for tips to make sure you elder family members are living safely and receiving the best care possible.
Plan for Your Health
Our attorneys can help you navigate the laws and regulations about health and retirement plans so you can maintain a comfortable lifestyle and safeguard your future. Glance through our Long-term Care Planning & Benefits article to learn about Medicaid, social security disability, and long-term care insurance.
Plan for Your Lifestyle
Learn your rights as a nursing home resident for quality of care.
Plan for Your Family and Estate
Learn how to plan for your estate and property on our Estate Planning & Administration page. For additional resources, read about wills, trusts, and the use of advance directives, such as health care proxies and powers-of-attorney, to make sure your wishes are carried out.