It is all too easy to put important decisions on the back burner as work, family, and the minor emergencies of everyday life take precedence. However, when you subscribe to our free, bi-monthly newsletter, you will get frequent helpful reminders of the kinds of things you should be thinking about how to protect your family and your assets if something should happen to you.

How Our Newsletter Can Help

We see our relationships with estate planning and elder law clients as long-term commitments. Unexpected things happen and plans change. Sometimes, that means you will need to make adjustments to your estate plan or you will need to consider filing additional documents. When current clients receive our newsletter in their inbox every other month, they will be getting helpful reminders of the steps they need to take to ensure that their estate plan is up to date. If you don’t yet have an estate plan with us, our newsletter will help you understand the importance of getting your wishes down on paper and the process you will have to go through to make those decisions legally binding.

What You Will Get

In our newsletter, we cover a variety of topics to educate and inform our clients and other readers. Recent topics we have covered include the following:

  • Who needs an estate plan?
  • What you need to know as a trustee of another person’s estate.
  • Documents you need when your child turns 18.
  • Taking your estate plan to a digital platform.
  • How will you pay for long-term care?
  • Much more.

We know the kinds of questions people have about estate planning and we make every effort to give you the information you need in our newsletter.

Trust Monteforte Law, P.C.

We know you have a lot of options when it comes to estate planning. Before you commit to another firm or spend money on online services, subscribe to our newsletter to get to know us a little better. If you ever have questions about what you read, you can call us at 978-657-7437 at any time. We are happy to give you the facts you need to help you make a decision.