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Due to recent changes in the court rules allow us to teleconference and file your case without ever leaving your home


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We are available seven days a week. We also offer home, hospital, evening, emergency, and weekend appointments to our clients in every part of Massachusetts.


We explain things to our clients in plain English and without effancy lawyer talk.

Free Initial Consultation

We offer a no-charge, confidential consultation to determine what your best course of action is.

Cynthia R Ravosa is admitted to the practice of law in Massachusetts and in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts. She received her B.A. in Government from Smith College and her Juris Doctorate cum laude from Suffolk University School of Law. Attorney Ravosa has over ten years of experience in estate planning, estate administration, and related practice areas, and she represents clients in the Probate and Family Courts throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. She is also a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association, Boston Bar Association, and Women’s Bar Association of Massachusetts.

Attorney Richard S. Ravosa is admitted to the practice of law in Massachusetts and Connecticut. Attorney Ravosa handles will contests, real estate disputes, and contested matters relating to the disposition of assets, inheritances and estate property. He has a record of success trying cases and resolving disputes through negotiation and arbitration in Land Court, Superior Court, Probate Court, United States District Court and United States Bankruptcy Court.

Estate Planning Promotes Protection and Peace of Mind

Often, the most important and meaningful things in life can be difficult to discuss, such as making a will, or handling the financial and legal affairs of a loved one, friend, or family member who has passed away. Our Massachusetts wills and probate attorneys are committed to effectively helping you with wills, trust, health care proxy, durable power of attorney, or a more complex estate plan to serve your objectives. We are also able to assist those who are named as an Executor or Executrix in a will, or who wish to be an administrator of a decedents estate when someone has passed away without a will but still has any combination of real estate, personal property, or business interests that require administration through the Massachusetts Probate Courts to legally transfer title to the beneficiaries of the estate.

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Who Should Make A Will?

If you care about what happens to your property after you pass away, you should have a will. If you pass away without a will, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts directs who inherits your property so that your relatives, friends, and favorite charities may get nothing.

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Massachusetts Health Care Proxy

A Massachusetts Health Care Proxy is a legal document that allows you to name someone that you know and trust to make health care decisions for you in case you become unable to make or communicate those decisions. The person you name is often called your “Agent”. This is a very important document because it concerns not only the choices you make about your health care but also the relationships you have with your physician, loved ones, and other people who may become involved with your care.


Many people are unclear about what a Trust is, how it differs from a Will, and what it can and cannot do. There are several types of Trusts, but the one main benefit of most Trusts is that they will keep your estate out of probate after your death and allow for greater privacy regarding your estate and those receiving the benefits of your thoughtful planning.

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Durable Power of Attorney and Guardianships

A Massachusetts Durable Power of Attorney allows your appointed “attorney-in-fact” to maintain ....

What Your Attorney Will Need To Know

n order to be able to represent you and achieve your estate planning goals, we will need to know certain details in order to help you....

What To Do When Someone Passes Away

What do I need to do now? That is a typical question that many ask after the loss of a loved one. The following points should be considered....

Massachusetts Center For Estate Planning And Administration

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When you need a trusted advisor, a Massachusetts Lawyer who’s looking out for YOUR BEST INTERESTS contact us for a FREE CONSULTATION.

Serving clients throughout the Massachusetts Area including
Greater Boston – Springfield – Worcester – Metro West – Merrimack Valley