This practice is personal for me. After attending law school and starting a career in litigation, a close family member became ill, both mentally and physically, and the responsibility for providing and caring for her largely fell to me for many years. While trying to juggle my own career, finances, and family obligations, I had to fight for her-navigating the intricacies and hurdles of Social Security and MassHealth, as well as the byzantine nature of our American healthcare system, with its seemingly endless tests, referrals, and prescriptions. I even had to seek solutions to very basic but nonetheless important considerations- such as who was going to pick up medications, pay the bills, or do the grocery shopping. As a result, I am personally acquainted with the stresses, burdens, and complications that can fall on family members caring for incapacitated loved ones. Even with help it can be overwhelming. It is for this reason that I decided to devote myself to the practice of elder law, special needs, and estate planning. No one needs to do it alone.
I am committed to providing compassionate counsel and personalized representation at reasonable rates. Rest assured that your case will not be turned over to a less-experienced subordinate. It will receive the close attention it deserves. When it comes to the security and support of your children or loved ones, I know that there is no “one-size fits-all” or computer-generated approach. Every situation is unique, so I seek to empower you to secure you and your family members’ futures by thoroughly investigating, researching, and explaining your options. Then I will help you execute the plans you put into motion. You make the decisions. And with my background in litigation, if you have to fight for what you are entitled, know that you will have a skilled advocate at your side.