Why Have You Been Delaying Estate Planning?

Dealing with our mortality is one of the most uncomfortable things we do in life, so it’s natural to put it off as long as possible. It forces us to acknowledge that death is inevitable and that we have responsibilities to our family to protect our assets. For those of us with young children, it forces us to proactively determine who will raise and support them if we die before they become adults.

Estate planning also forces us to consider uncomfortable—even if unlikely—scenarios, such as how would I want my estate managed if I were no longer capable of managing my finances, what would we do if my spouse and I both died in a tragic accident, and even a doomsday scenario of what would happen if my immediate family and I died in a horrible disaster. For business owners, there are additional considerations that have to be carefully managed, such as succession planning and how will my share of the business be distributed to my heirs.

Our firm was established in 1921 and is managed by two brothers, Joseph and Peter Noone. Our firm is based in Belmont, MA, and we have a stable workforce of highly qualified attorneys ready to assist you. If you’re ready to get serious about protecting the assets you’ve worked so hard to obtain, we can work closely with you to develop the legally binding estate planning documents that will protect your family and ensure that you’re wishes are respected and enforced.

Avery Dooley & Noone provides estate planning and probate administration services to our clients to preserve their wealth and enable them to pass assets to their beneficiaries in the most appropriate manner. Our services include preparing estate plans and settling the estate after a death. In both instances, our attorneys provide thoughtful and comprehensive advice and services to families and individuals that center on protecting assets and carrying out personal wishes for the distribution of assets.

We recognize that estate planning isn’t just about legal issues—there are practical issues as well. Organizing your affairs is one of the most important things an individual can do. Our attorneys research the best contemporary and traditional planning strategies to provide you with a custom solution.

We offer more than sound legal advice—we partner with you, share in your vision, and help you realize your estate planning goals. Learn more about our Estate Planning Practice, and contact us you would like to discuss your estate planning and probate administration needs with one of our attorneys.