Learn about the differences between these two probate classifications, and see whether the probate of your loved one may qualify for the expedited informal probate process.more...
Boston Probate Disputes & Will Contests Lawyer
As a Will Contest, Probate Dispute, and Trust Litigation attorney, I serve clients in the greater Boston area, including Braintree, Quincy, Weymouth, Brookline, Hingham, Plymouth, the South Shore, and throughout Massachusetts.
Full Service Representation
My Will Contest, Probate Dispute, and Trust Litigation practice includes helping clients in matters concerning:
- Will Contests
- Probate Administration Disputes
- Trust Disputes, and
- Litigation Against Personal Representatives & Trustees
I Help Clients Protect Their Interests & Rights
My focus is on seeking effective resolution for clients through negotiation, whenever possible, and litigation when necessary.
CALL TODAY FOR A FREE CONSULTATION
If you are in need of representation for a will, probate, or trust dispute, please contact me. I offer a free initial consultation to learn about your matter, and so that you can learn how I and my firm can help.
What Our Clients Say
“Tony was highly recommended to me by another attorney for his specialty in Probate. I had quite a mess on my hands and had received legal advise prior to Tony’s that complicated my situation even more. After the initial consult with Tony I was much more comfortable with my situation. This process is not cheap and a lot of proceeds can be at stake so you will want to get it right from the start. Call him and he will answer, email and you will get a reply. Hire him and you will have closure.”
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Gemma Law Office News & Information
When estate planning is being undertaken at the same time that a person is separated or getting a divorce, it is critical that the person engaging in estate planning fulfill their other obligations concerning asset disclosure in connection with the divorce or separation. A person may not simply shield their assets from a divorce by creating and transferring their assets to a trust, or otherwise giving away assets.more...
If a will is not valid, a person will be deemed to have died “intestate”, and property will be distributed according to state intestate laws. Learn what you need to do to prevent this outcome.more...