As you age, it becomes increasingly important to have a solid legal plan for everything from your estate to your long-term health care.
If you’ve just become an executor of a will, or you will be in the future, here’s an introductory guide to what your obligations might be and how to prepare.
One of the most basic but important documents of an estate plan is a power of attorney, which gives a select person the legal power to make choices about your property, finances or investments when you are unable to do so yourself.
Small Business Saturday is a day to show support for the smaller shops, restaurants and artisans in your area.
September is National Preparedness Month and while the focus is primarily on ensuring you and your family are ready for disasters like storms, floods and fires, we encourage you to take it one step further.
Nonprofits are essential to the health and vitality of our communities, but they need specialized legal representation to help them in their missions.
Windfalls and Offsets: How Social Security Works (or Doesn’t) for Some Massachusetts Teachers and Government Workers
Planning for retirement in Massachusetts is tricky for some teachers and government employees. Find out if you are due for windfalls or offsets in this blog.
The holidays are upon us. Give the Gift of Health by taking advantage of the health care open enrollment season. Learn more in this blog.
To make Chapter 11 more accessible to financially distressed small to medium businesses, Congress created “Subchapter V,” but this window may close soon.