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Elder Law

As Massachusetts Elder Law specialists, Priority Law helps individuals and families plan and prepare for aging.

Elder planning involves complex legal issues and unfortunately, without legal assistance, some people end up in financial devastation.

You need an experienced elder attorney on your side.

With over 20 years of experience in Massachusetts, Priority Law helps you make important decisions that protect your assets and maximize your benefits as you age.

Priority Law has the expertise and knowledge in all the following Massachusetts elder law areas but not limited to 

  • Long-term care planning 
  • Medicaid/MassHealth planning 
  • Durable powers of attorney and health care proxies   
  • Guardianships and conservatorship  
  • Planning for adult children or a special needs minor  
  • Avoiding probate 
  • End of life arrangements 
  • Estate planning  

Contact us  for a complimentary consultation. We will listen to your needs and concerns and offer our best recommendations for Massachusetts residents.

If this is an urgent elder law issue, please call directly at 978-935-2000 so an attorney can assist you as soon as possible.

Priority Law is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.

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Articles on elder law

Remaindermen Cannot Force Sale of Property in Life Estate

Owners of real estate sometimes transfer such property to their children while retaining the right to live in the property for the rest of their lives. Such ownership interests are referred to as "life estates" and give the life estate owners the exclusive right to...

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Over 70? You Can Opt Out of Jury Duty

Did you know that Massachusetts residents over the age of 70 may opt out of jury duty? A 75 year old client recently got his jury duty summons in the mail. He was overwhelmed about balancing serving on a jury, while caring for his elderly wife. Amazingly, the mailed...

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Closing Attorneys Advised to Report Elder Abuse

Real estate closing attorneys are being advised to watch out for signs of elder financial abuse throughout real estate transactions. Massachusetts law does not require mandatory reporting, however, because title insurance policies cover losses relating to elder...

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Division of Haroutunian Law Office

790 Boston Road, 1st floor
Billerica, MA 01821
978-935-2000
Fax: 978-671-0711