How Will the New Tax Law Affect Your Family?

President Trump signed the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act bill into law on December 22, 2017, and the law includes a number of historic changes to the federal tax code. However, the vast majority of the most

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Prenuptial Agreement

What does a Prenuptial or Postnuptial Agreement have to do with Estate Planning? Everything!

By guest blogger, Attorney Karen J. Levitt, of Levitt Law Group Do I need or want a Prenuptial or Postnuptial Agreement? You may need or want a Prenuptial Agreement (also called an antenuptial or premarital

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Emergency Room

Learning from our Crisis: An Estate Planning Attorney in the ER

I’m writing today with a new sense of purpose and urgency about what we do here at The Parents Estate Planning Law Firm. David was in the hospital over the week of Christmas. For 5 days. He lost 24

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Help us find our new team member

We Need Your Help to Find Our Newest Legal Assistant!

If you’re a detailed-driven, super friendly adult who loves working with people, take a closer look! This Middlesex County estate planning law firm is ready to hire a Legal Assistant to work in our Acton,

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Pay for School with an Education Trust: 18 Tips in 18 Days for ’18

Today’s parents are all too familiar with the budget-busting cost of funding a child’s college education. It can be challenging enough to put aside sufficient savings for a single child’s education,

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Boston Voyager Interview

David Feakes added to Boston Voyager’s Inspiring Stories Feature

David Feakes was featured in Boston Voyager’s Inspiring Story Series. (Read or share the full article here.) What is the Inspiring Stories series? Here’s what the folks at the online publication

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Tips for High School Parents – The Dad Lawyer

Amanda Mulhall of The Parents Estate Planning Law Firm, PC and Paul Hemphill, College Admissions Strategist, give tips for high school parents, including college admissions, planning for college, paying

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Last Will and Testament

Ready to Write Your Will? Consider This Before You Go It Alone or Online.

A last will and testament is the most commonly thought of document when it comes to an estate plan. But, really, it’s a very small part of an integrated plan that ensures your family stays out of Court

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Monica's Turkey Trot

A ‘Friends’ Thanksgiving: Talking About Guardians

It has been a long time since David and I tuned in to ‘Friends’ to watch the antics of Rachel, Ross, Monica, Chandler, Joey and Phoebe.  But our oldest daughter, Hannah, recently came home from college

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