Estate Planning in
Worcester County

Let Us Help You Protect Your Assets

Estate planning may sound like something only the very rich might need, but the truth is that almost everyone can benefit from the services of an estate planning lawyer. 

Even if you consider your assets modest, you and your family can still benefit from a careful plan designed to help secure your family’s future. 
Estate planning documents are designed to fit your unique needs. GSK&G works closely with you to determine your goals and create precise instruments to carry out your intentions.

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Protecting Massachusetts Legacies for Half a Century

Here at Glickman, Sugarman, Kneeland & Gribouski, we handle estates of any size or type. Our clients count on us to advise them on a wide range of issues concerning their legacies, including the following:
  • Drafting wills
  • Changing your will
  • Advice on estate taxes
  • Living wills
  • Choosing an executor
  • Appointing a guardian
  • Living trusts
  • Guardianships
  • Conservatorships

Building Strategies That are Tailored Just for You

When you sit down with an attorney from GSK&G, the first thing you'll do is have a conversation. Our attorneys will listen so that we understand your particular situation and specific goals. You'll receive personalized, undivided attention from an attorney who's well versed in the complex legal system that governs estates and wills. Then we put that knowledge to work for you in crafting a carefully tailored strategy to protect your assets and the ones you love.

Ensuring Your Wishes are Carried Out 

An essential component of estate planning is a will. When you don't have a will, you risk having a judge make important decisions for your family after you're gone. 

Having a will built into your estate planning strategy helps ensure that your desires for your family are carried out. Your will is your way of leaving legal instructions to guide the lawyers who will be involved in the probate process. 

Even the Best Wills Have Their Limits

A well-prepared will ensures your assets are divided according to your desires. However, some assets have their own rules about how they are inherited, which could supersede your will. For example, your IRA and your 401(k) likely have beneficiary designations that would control who receives those assets upon your passing. 

That's why you need comprehensive estate planning, which covers so much more than simply drafting a will. Your GSK&G attorney will help you review and manage your beneficiaries. They'll also point out other potential issues, helping to ensure that all your assets will be covered and that your family will be protected. 

Working Together so that Nothing is Left to Chance

Working with your attorney from GSK&G, you'll craft a comprehensive plan that leaves little to chance. Our team has knowledge of federal and state tax law and can help you understand the ins and outs of estate planning so that you feel secure about your family's future. 

If you'd like to set up an estate planning consultation with an attorney from Glickman, Sugarman, Kneeland & Gribouski, please call us today. We can be reached at 508-756-6206 or via our online contact form*. 
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