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Attorneys that focus on estate and probate law in Essex County, Massachusetts help clients resolve all facets of planning for the conservation and disposition of estates. Estate and probate lawyers must understand the state and federal tax burdens that apply to this area of the law. Estate and probate lawyers prepare the legal instruments to accomplish the estate plans including drafting and executing wills, administering formal and summary estates, including tax related matters. Attorneys also engage in probate litigation including will contests or will or trust construction suits in probate court.

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Antonietta DeVito

Antonietta DeVito
DeVito Law Offices, LLC
800 Turnpike St, #300
North Andover, MA 01845
Licensed for 15 years, Antonietta DeVito is a Personal Injury and Real Estate Law lawyer... read more >
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Estate Planning Certification

National Association of Estate Planners and Councils - NAEPC is accredited by the ABA to certify attorneys as estate planning law specialists.



Nonprofit Legal Associations

American College of Trust and Estate Counsel

ACTEC is a fellowship of attorneys seeking to improve trust, estate and tax laws, as well as the procedures and ethics of attorneys who work in those fields. Many of the top trust and estate attorneys belong to this respected organization.


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Lawyer Referral Service in Essex County, MA - The Essex County Bar Association (ECBA) sponsors a Lawyer Referral Service (LRS) from its offices in Salem, MA. The attorney referral service is opened from Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. To receive a referral to a local attorney screened for his or her experience in the needed area of the law, you can call the service. After you receive the referral, you can call the attorney to schedule a 30 minute phone or office consultation to discuss the case and the attorney fees needed for additional services.



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