Planning for your future begins with a single step.
Ladimer Law Office PC is a full-service estate planning law firm focused on meeting our client’s unique needs in preparing for the future. We take great pride in listening to our clients hopes, educating them on the current laws, and executing an estate plan that delivers for their specific goals.
Working With Excellent Attorneys
1. Get Legal Guidance
Get all of your questions answered. Start the process of planning for control over your financial future.
2. Develop Trusting Relationships
Develop relationships with attorneys who will be there through all steps of life.
3. Receive Uncompromised Value
Receive the utmost attention to detail by experienced professionals while never being overcharged.
Ladimer Law Office specializes in estate planning and elder law. They offer exceptional legal services to individuals and couples in Massachusetts. The office distinguishes themselves from other attorneys by offering complimentary initial consultations. Ladimer Law Office strives to make the estate planning process as stress-free as possible.
When my husband became seriously ill, I contacted our lawyer, Julie Ladimer. With her valuable assistance, we were able to finalize all necessary documents to our complete satisfaction. I highly recommend Ms. Ladimer for the very professional services she performed and for which she is extremely well qualified.
My wife and I were very fortunate to have picked Julie as our attorney to walk us through what can be a very confusing process. She skillfully and clearly explained what our options were when trying to make plans for our family's future. Julie drafted not only our Wills and Trust, but also our health care proxies and durable powers of attorney. Throughout the entire process Julie was professional and well versed in the applicable law, and she enabled our growing family to feel confident in our future going forward.
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