Mariah L. Heppe

Attorney

Tel: 508.751.5010
Fax: 508.751.5016

Admitted to Practice:
Massachusetts
Texas

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Professional Memberships & Community Affiliations

  • National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
  • Massachusetts Bar Association
  • Texas Bar Association

Community Outreach

Married to an Active Duty Army Officer, Mariah has served as a volunteer mentor and advisor for the Army’s Family Readiness Group (FRG) throughout her tenure as a military spouse. She has proudly supported her husband through three deployments and has been stationed at: Ft Hood, Texas; Ft Rucker, Alabama; Hohenfels Training Center, Germany; Ft Leavenworth, Kansas and Ft Campbell, Tennessee.

Mariah is also an Admission Outreach Volunteer for Suffolk University Law School.

Professional Experience

Mariah L. Heppe is an attorney at Estate Preservation Law Offices. Her practice focuses on estate planning and elder law, where she strives to provide peace of mind for her clients.

Mariah’s estate planning and elder law experience began in Boston, where she clerked for Cohen & Oalican, LLP.  Following her graduation from Suffolk University Law School, Mariah worked as an associate attorney for Margolis & Bloom in Boston, where her practice concentrated on long-term care planning, wealth preservation, estate planning, guardianship and probate administration, special needs planning and Medicaid qualification.

In 2007, after moving to Texas, Mariah continued to practice in the estate planning field with the Austin law firm, Saunders, Norval, Nichols & Atkins, LLP, and later branched her practice out to include family law litigation (custody, adoption and divorce matters) with the Round Rock law firm, Akins, Nowlin & Prewitt, LLP.

Mariah also served as Managing Attorney for the elder law firm formally known as Law for Life in Winchester, Massachusetts.

Education

Wheaton College, Massachusetts – Bachelor of Arts
Suffolk University Law School, Massachusetts – Juris Doctor

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