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Welcome to The Parents Estate Planning Law Firm, PC (formerly Feakes Associates)!
The Parents Estate Planning Law Firm, PC was built with the needs of growing families in mind.
We understand you are BUSY, your family is growing, you are planning for a life of prosperity, and you value ease, convenience and efficiency.
You want to make sure your kids will be taken care of in the way you want, by the people you choose if anything happens to you. You want to know you’ve made the best decisions for your family and that your estate plan will work when your loved ones need it most.
That is our focus as well.
Because of this commitment, our firm is one of only a handful of Massachusetts law firms to earn the designation of Personal Family Lawyer® by the Family Wealth Planning Institute, a national organization dedicated to providing affordable access to a lifetime relationship with a personal lawyer.
As Personal Family Lawyers®, we only charge flat fees for our work and those fees are always agreed to in advance so you will never be surprised or worried about what anything will cost.
We offer our clients a unique membership program so they can call us on an ongoing basis to answer questions, address concerns, and explain legal jargon without fear of incurring further expenses. It’s like having a lawyer in the family, without the drama, dysfunction or judgment.
Our clients love to know they have developed a lasting relationship with their personal lawyer, who they can turn to for objective and trusted guidance before making any important family, financial, or business decisions.
I look forward to seeing you and caring for your family soon!
Personal Family Lawyer
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