Estate Planning & Probate

Our clients want to leave a legacy of love and gifts – not a complicated estate, fights among heirs, and unnecessarily high tax payments to the IRS.  We understand.

Our estate planning is focused on preparing affordable and efficient estate plans that will accomplish client objectives in the least costly manner possible.

Our probate practice is focused on helping ease the burden on estate administrators by undertaking as much of the probate work as possible, answering questions that arise, and helping solve problems that may develop.

If problems develop during the probate administration, such as either the defense or challenge of the validity of a will or trust, for example due to undue influence, lack of testamentary capacity or fraud, we represent and advocate for our clients before the Massachusetts Probate Court, District Court, and Superior Court.

For More Information, Please See:
Our Estate Planning Practice
Probate Administration
Trust Preparation and Administration
Probate Disputes and Litigation


What Our Clients Say

“My wife and I are very thankful we hired Gemma Law Office to help us out with a trust matter, we had an attorney working on the issue we were having for months with no resolve, We hired Anthony Gemma and a week later all issues were resolved, Thank You Tony You Are The Best”

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Gemma Law Office News & Information

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Is a Handwritten Will Valid in Massachusetts?

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Does My Will Become Public After I Die?

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What Happens if I Die In Massachusetts Without a Will?

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