Customizing Estate Plans According To Your Unique Concerns
Among the documents we assist our clients in preparing and executing include:
- Wills: The foundation of any estate plan that determines how personal assets are to be distributed following death
- Trusts: Legal tools that allow individuals to provide for family members and loved ones before and after death
- Powers of attorney: Additional legal documents that give our clients peace of mind that important financial and legal decisions will be made as they wish in the event of a severe illness or incapacitation
- Advanced health care directives
- Conservatorships and guardianships
Our attorneys also represent residents from Massachusetts and those from out-of-state who are taking legal action or defending against adverse action in a will contest and other related disputes.
Providing Adept, Sensitive Counsel
Barrett Kornitsky LLP recognizes the need for exceptional legal counsel when planning for the future. With more than 20 years of experience, attorney Brian Barrett has developed outstanding knowledge of estate planning and elder law issues and has worked with numerous clients throughout Greater Boston to help them achieve their long-term goals.
Our firm approaches estate planning with a sensitivity to the frequent concerns that clients have when planning for death, or that families encounter when responding to the death or incapacitation of a loved one. Our clients have confidence that we work in their best interests to ensure the preparation and execution of a complete, sound estate plan.
Taking A Team-Based Approach To Meet Your Needs
When a client retains our firm’s services to develop his or her estate plan, we undertake a thorough assessment of his or her financial situation to ascertain which legal documents will be required to achieve his or her long-term planning goals.
We frequently work with our clients’ wealth managers, financial planners and accountants when determining what is in their best interests. Brian’s exclusive knowledge of estate planning law allows him to answer any questions that our clients may have about their plan and ensure that their goals are carried out as precisely as desired.
Let Us Help You Face Your Future With Confidence
Schedule your private consultation to begin laying the groundwork of your estate plan or revise outdated estate planning tools that no longer reflect your wishes. For your convenience, you can reach our Peabody office over the phone at 978-532-0795 or via our online intake form.