Areas of Practice
When a loved one passes away, it can be a painful and stressful time. Holly has assisted countless clients navigate the Probate Court and estate administration requirements with sensitivity, compassion and integrity, regardless of the size of the estate. Holly has represented estates of individuals with simple, modest assets as well as complex, multi-million dollar estates and intricate trust matters.
From time to time, disputes arise that simply cannot be dealt with informally. For these disputes, trust an experienced attorney to help you navigate the Civil Court system. Holly has assisted victims of personal injury, consumer transactions, evictions, business disputes, uncontested divorce matters, and other cases in which informal negotiations have broken down and Court intervention is required.
Experience the peace of mind that comes with knowing loved ones will be taken care of. Holly makes it easy. She prepares estate planning documents, including wills, trusts and other essential documents for her clients, representing small and large estates alike. Holly has a demonstrated ability to reduce complex estate and trust matters to their simplest terms, helping clients to achieve a comprehensive understanding of their estate plan.
Social security disability
If you have applied for Social Security disability benefits but have been denied, qualifying applicants still have a very good chance of securing these benefits if they act right away. Holly understands the procedural and substantive requirements to advance an applicant’s case. She has considerable experience in guiding clients through the process to a successful conclusion.
Protect your investment by enlisting the assistance of an experienced attorney, whether you are selling, buying or just refinancing your real estate. Holly works with a team of skilled professionals to ensure a smooth transaction. Holly has also held a real estate broker’s license since 1999 and is familiar with the steps required to consummate a sale or purchase.
All too frequently, pets are euthanized or dropped off at the local shelter after an owner dies, with no provisions for their care. You can easily take responsibility for your pets by including them in a will or trust. Pet trusts are now legally enforceable in Massachusetts. Holly is skilled in these novel types of trusts and pet owners can be assured that they can enjoy the peace of mind that comes from knowing their pet will be cared for. For more, read Holly's article, which appeared in the Animal Life newspaper (click the "More About Pet Trusts" button below).