Wills, Guardianship, and Prenuptial Agreements

Secure your future with expertly crafted wills, guardianship plans, and prenuptial agreements tailored to protect your assets and loved ones.

Wills, Guardianship, and Moving Forward

After your divorce is finalized and arrangements have been made for the care and support of children, there may still be some loose ends that need to be tied up.

  • Did you and your ex have medical directives? Do you still want him or her to make life and death medical decisions for you? Probably not. Let us help you revise your healthcare proxy.
  • Did you have a Will? Let’s review who should inherit your property.
  • If you were to die, who should become the guardian for your child? Usually it is the other parent; but not always.
  • If you could no longer manage your own affairs, who do you want to have Power of Attorney for you or your business? We can help you think through the decisions that may need to be made.

At Buckley Desrosiers & Associates, P.C., Attorneys at Law, we ensure our clients are ready to move forward with their new life. You can count on us to help you get your affairs in order.

Talk to our Attleboro family attorneys about Wills, medical directives, powers of attorney, guardianships, and conservatorships.

Guardianship and Conservatorship

Our law practice focuses on meeting the needs of families and that includes helping clients plan for the care of children, elders, and disabled family members.

Medical and financial management can often be accomplished with a Power of Attorney, but if the person lacks mental competency, then we will help you go to court to seek guardianship or conservatorship for your loved one.

Prenuptial and Post-Marital Agreements

Second marriages and senior remarriages are quite common. Often one or both of the partners will come to the marriage with significant assets of their own, some of which they may want to leave to children from a prior marriage. Prenuptial and post-marital agreements can protect the financial interests of children, which can be a tremendous help in reducing family conflict that can come with a second marriage.

Pre- and post-marital agreements can also give a new partner confidence that their spouse is marrying them for the “right” reasons; and can give the new spouse security in knowing that their needs have been considered.

Whether you are an existing family law or personal injury client, or you are only looking for help with revisions to a Will or establishing a guardianship, we are happy to help.

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