WILLS & TRUSTS
Any time someone passes away, family members hope that
everything is "in
order." Where do the deceased person's
things go? Will his or her
things stay in the family, or will they leave the family?
He/She told me who was to get what. Sadly,
this is not
AWill speaks for a person when they
have died. It is formal,
detailed and properly witnessed.
you want a family member, children, friends or whomever to
house, car, tools, household items, custody of your
children, money - Anything: make out a Will
as soon as possible.
Please call Attorney
Murphy at 781-337-4200 (Weymouth)
or 617-745-4600 (Quincy) to
discuss other legal options that are available.
Meeting with Attorney Murphy personally
cost you nothing. Not meeting with him could.
Thank you for considering
Attorney Murphy as "your" Attorney.
Revocable Trusts ~
protection of your money and/or property for you or
your children with
Irrevocable Trusts ~
Attorney Murphy can speak with you of how this type
Trust may help with obtaining "free
tuition money" for your children's college
education or any one of several
available Trusts that afford you protection of your
real property (your
house and personal property) or your
assets (money) that you have
intended for a VERY long time to go to
your family INSTEAD OF to the
government or somewhere else that you strongly object to.
Irrevocable Trusts (Asset
Real Estate/Nominee Realty Trusts
Special Needs Trusts (for the mentally
or physically disabled)
Educational Trusts (education funds for
your children, nieces, nephews, etc.)
Memorial Trusts (in memory of a deceased
Attorney Murphy at
781-337-4200 (Weymouth) or
to discuss other available legal options.
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Meeting with Attorney Murphy personally will cost
you nothing. Not meeting with him could.
Thank you for considering Attorney Murphy as