Welcome to the Old Colony Law firm
Washington, D.C. experience, New England values
Old Colony Law protects businesses, families, trusts and estates from the risk of loss due to lawsuits, excessive taxation, creditor claims and oversights.
We craft comprehensive and customized Wills and Trusts that adapt to changing circumstances; minimize estate taxes; protect inheritances for loved ones; simplify gifting to charity; and ensure the transition of family businesses.
We help business owners protect their personal assets and limit liability exposure with highly customized LLC Operating Agreements, streamlined accounting and legal services, and creative estate planning.
About the Firm
Old Colony Law is located in Western Massachusetts and serves families and businesses throughout the Commonwealth and New Hampshire. We are committed to providing high quality legal services with transparency, attentiveness and efficiency.
Typical Old Colony Law Clients
- Retired individuals with adult children
- Working professionals and business owners seeking asset protection
- High net worth individuals and families
Why Old Colony Law
- Comprehensive and customized estate planning and business representation
- Interstate practice capabilities and experience of a dual-licensed attorney-CPA
- Transparent legal fees
Old Colony Law attorneys offer high quality personalized legal services blending their respective experiences advising high net worth families; fighting for low income individuals, social justice and those with disabilities; working alongside lawmakers and government regulators; and representing community nonprofits and family businesses.
What We Do
Claire is a Massachusetts and New Hampshire attorney who focuses her practice on estate planning, including Special Needs Trust planning and updating Wills and Revocable Trusts for elderly individuals. She also represents business owners and other professionals.
Ben is a dual-licensed attorney and CPA in Massachusetts and former tax lobbyist who focuses his practice on estate planning, including estate tax minimization, as well as legal accounting and campaign finance compliance.