Conscientious, Caring Estate Planning Attorneys In Quincy
The attorneys of Levin and Levin, LLP, have been providing estate planning, estate administration and probate litigation services since our firm’s founding in 1933. Each of our clients receives the full benefit of our extensive experience and knowledge in estate planning and probate/estate administration law. We want to help make sure that your wishes are fulfilled after you are gone.
We represent people who are retired, small business owners, wage earners with families, and others seeking to leave a legacy and provide for children, grandchildren and spouses. We also create estate plans that protect people in the event that they become incapacitated.
Our estate planning and administration legal counsel includes:
- Wills and trusts
- Durable powers of attorney
- Elder law concerns
- Massachusetts health care proxies
- Real estate transfers and conveyances
- Asset protection
- Business succession
- Contested estates and probate litigation
We gain a comprehensive picture of your entire estate and gather information on your goals and needs. Every potential decision will be analyzed from the perspective of how best to provide for your needs and wishes.
Our Business Experience Can Be Invaluable
As lawyers with strong business backgrounds, we will make sure you understand the tax and business implications of your decisions. We know tax laws well enough to create solutions that will minimize any estate taxes. We also work to protect any assets from creditors.
We ask questions such as these regarding intended beneficiaries:
- Are they minors and will they need a guardian and administrator?
- Are they currently in debt or do they need to be protected against spending their inheritance immediately?
- Do they have special needs?
- Do we need to protect their rights to Medicare or disability benefits?
Minimize Estate Taxes And Protect Assets
We are aware of the concerns that older people and even younger people have on their minds when it comes to their assets. These concerns include minimizing taxes, making sure that assets are protected from the high costs associated with catastrophic illness or nursing home care or even possible abuse by caregivers.