Legal Resources | Rhode Island and Massachusetts

Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut

The following legal questions are for general information purposes only. It’s important to recognize that not all legal advice fits every situation so we strongly recommend that you seek counsel from our firm’s experienced attorneys for information about your specific legal situation.

Should I execute a will?

Estate planning is not only for the elderly. Every adult should have an estate plan, specifying what should happen to their property upon their death. Death is a reality that is often unplanned; therefore, it is important to have a will prepared to provide peace of mind. It’s especially important, if you have a spouse and/or children, to ensure they are properly provided for once you have passed.

When should I contact an attorney?

If you find yourself in a situation where you need legal advice, make contacting a skilled, experienced attorney your priority. The sooner you seek legal advice, the easier it will be for your attorney to build a strong case in your favor, whatever the circumstances of your situation. Any delay in obtaining legal counsel might lead to some important information being lost or forgotten or to allow the other party involved in your dispute to build a stronger case against you.