Putting Your Interests First

Drafting Wills And Trusts To Protect Your Interests

No matter how old you are or how much property you own, you should consider establishing an estate plan to protect your interests and loved ones. If the worst happens and you do not have an established will, your family may need to face a lengthy probate process to distribute your estate.

At Rivera-Bujosa Law, PC, attorney Rivera-Bujosa can help you draft wills and trusts tailored to your unique needs. From protecting real estate to protecting specific assets for beneficiaries, a will or trust can help you meet your goals. With years of experience assisting clients in Charlestown and Somerville, attorney Rivera-Bujosa can assist clients throughout Massachusetts with their estate planning needs.

Developing The Right Estate Plan For Your Needs

Wills and trusts are just two aspects that can make up an estate plan. A will is a basic legal document that outlines who receives your property after you pass. It can also include guardianship appointments for minor children and powers of attorney for financial and medical decisions. A trust is a fiduciary agreement that holds assets on behalf of a beneficiary.

Attorney Rivera-Bujosa can assist you with a variety of estate planning needs, including:

  • Real estate trusts
  • Irrevocable trusts
  • Special needs trusts
  • Estate planning
  • Probate planning and estates

Attorney Rivera-Bujosa has years of experience in real estate, business and litigation law. This experience helps her draft sound wills and trusts that consider all potential contingencies. When looking to protect your real estate through a will or a trust, attorney Rivera-Bujosa knows how to draft documents that secure your estate and alleviate any concerns you may have.

Get Started On Your Estate Plan Today

If this is your first time considering an estate plan, it may seem overwhelming to decide what may happen to your estate in the future. At Rivera-Bujosa Law, PC, attorney Rivera-Bujosa will take the time to get to know you, your goals and your concerns before developing an estate plan that is well-suited to you. To schedule a consultation and discuss your estate plan, call 617-802-5455 or fill out an online contact form to get in touch.