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How Long Does The Probate Process Take In Massachusetts?

May 17, 2024

At Casey Lundregan Burns, P.C., we understand the complexities surrounding probate in Massachusetts along with the concerns and questions this process may raise. In this blog we outline several factors…

What Is Medicaid Planning, And How Does It Relate To Asset Protection In Massachusetts?

May 2, 2024

At Casey Lundregan Burns, P.C., we recognize the complexities and challenges topics concerning Medicaid planning and asset protection present to our clients. Our approach is to simplify these concepts, making…

What Are the Costs Associated With Probate In Massachusetts?

April 28, 2024

At Casey Lundregan Burns, P.C, we understand that the topic of probate, the process through which an estate is administered following someone’s passing, often seems complex. Many of our clients…

Can A Trust Be Changed or Revoked in Massachusetts?

April 20, 2024

Estate planning in Massachusetts encompasses various aspects, one of which is the creation and management of trusts. At Casey Lundregan Burns, P.C., we understand that life circumstances change, which may…

What Is Probate In Massachusetts?

April 16, 2024

The passing of a loved one is never easy, and the legal process that follows can add to the stress.  At Casey Lundregan Burns, P.C., located in the heart of…

Is It Possible To Avoid Probate In Massachusetts?

April 10, 2024

At Casey Lundregan Burns, P.C., we often encounter clients curious about the probate process in Massachusetts and whether it is possible to bypass this legal procedure.  Probate can be a…

What Are The Tax Implications In Massachusetts?

April 8, 2024

Understanding the tax implications of estate planning in Massachusetts is critical for ensuring your assets are managed and distributed according to your wishes. At Casey Lundregan Burns, P.C., we are…

Planning for Changes in Estate Taxes and Other Issues in 2024

March 23, 2024

On October 4, 2023, Massachusetts Governor Maura Healy signed a $1 billion tax reform package into law, including the first tax cuts in over 20 years for the Commonwealth of…

Sellers Could Face Transfer Fees in Real Estate Deals to Fund Housing Initiatives

February 29, 2024

As part of a $4 billion bond bill aimed at increasing affordable housing options in Massachusetts, the Healey administration proposes to grant municipalities the ability to impose a transaction fee…