Win a day of family fun at Kimball Farm!

GREAT NEWS!! DUE TO POPULARITY WE HAVE EXTENDED THE DEADLINE FOR THIS CONTEST UNTIL AUGUST 24th!! Win a day of family fun at Kimball Farm! Have you heard about our referral program?  It's as easy as 1-2-3! Between now and August 17th refer your friends to our firm - Celebrate, knowing you are helping others have peace of mind. For each of those families that meet with us before Sept. 3rd, 2018, you'll be Read More

Happy Memorial Day

Our office will be closed from Friday, May 25th at 1:00PM, through Tuesday, May 29th at 9:00 AM, in observance of the holiday. We'll be making cherished memories with our families, and wish the same for all of you! Email us at Paula@parentsestateplanning.com if your matter is urgent. Read More

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, MA office. [divider style='full'] Legal Assistant/Funding Coordinator Qualifications: High-end legal assistant/paralegal. Experience communicating with people in a professional, yet warm and inviting – even Read More

2017 by the Numbers

Thank you- parents, partners and neighbors, for allowing us to help you protect the people you love the most this year. Wicked Smart Parents Community Partners   Read More

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 have to say about it: "Every neighborhood in the Greater Boston area has its own vibe, style, culture and history, but what consistently amazes us is not what differentiates the various neighborhoods but rather what they all Read More

Giving Thanks by Giving Back 2017

Each November - the traditional month of thanks-  the team at The Parents Estate Planning Law Firm, PC, is filled with gratitude for the successful year we have had together. At our firm, success includes being a good community member. We've aimed this year to connect with those around us every day, whether by educating parent groups, partnering with area businesses, or by guiding individuals families to protect Read More

The Winners Are…. National Estate Planning Awareness Week

We hope you’ve found our celebration of National Estate Planning Awareness Week (EPAW) informative and will take action to ensure the young people in your lives are protected- no matter what! It’s our mission to ensure that every child in the Commonwealth is protected -no matter what- and we appreciate you, area parents, for partnering with us in this mission, as you make educated, loving choices for your Read More

Why Plan – National Estate Planning Awareness Week 2017

A question I often get asked is "Why is estate planning so important for me as a parent of a young child or of young children?" As a dad myself, my answer is that when you are the parent of a young child or young children, that is when estate planning is most important. Here's why: You've got young kids. They can't take care of themselves, they can't take care of the assets that you leave to them while they're still Read More

Leave A Legacy: National Estate Planning Awareness Week

In addition to drafting legal documents for all of our clients, to make sure that their assets are taken care of and their families are fully protected, we also understand at the firm that there are certain aspects that really make you, "you," which are not able to be preserved through traditional estate planning methods. That's why we conduct what we call our Legacy Interview. A Legacy Interview is something we Read More

18+ Planning – National Estate Planning Awareness Week

A question we get a lot from our clients, who are planning with us is "We are protecting our kids, but are our kids, themselves actually protected?" When this question comes from a client with older children, we advise our clients that, when your kids turn eighteen, they are legal adults. At that time, parents can no longer see their child's medical records, they can't get information about their kids, anymore, Read More