A MESSAGE TO CLIENTS AND FRIENDS OF EPLO
Stability, Integrity, Trust
WE ARE HERE FOR YOU
As we search individually and collectively for peace of mind and security through the COVID-19 pandemic, please rest assured that EPLO remains fully operational to handle your estate planning and related needs. As an essential business, we have continued to offer in-person and remote meetings. We are practicing recommended sanitation and screening protocols to ensure the safety of our clients and staff. From day one of this unprecedented event, our goal has been to ensure no disruption to the steadfast and convenient service you’ve come to expect from EPLO.
The events surrounding the pandemic have served as a poignant reminder of the importance of being prepared. Your estate plan is no exception. Many families are taking this opportunity to assess the state of their current estate planning needs. Time away from the usual rigors of daily routine offers an opportunity to attend to outstanding projects, including updating your old estate plan or creating/finalizing a new one. Using this time to attend to your personal legal affairs will help you feel productive and provide you and your loved one’s peace of mind. Since many of our clients already prefer to work with us remotely (through phone/email/mail/video/etc.) to more conveniently accommodate their professional and personal obligations, we are well versed in effective remote planning.
As our communities come together to find a new normal, we will continue to do our part to provide you – our clients, professional partners and friends – with advice and assistance to guide you through these times and beyond.
We wish you safety and good health. Thank you for placing your trust in our firm.
Protecting Assets During Your Lifetime. Preserving Them For Future Generations.
Estate Preservation Law Offices
Estate Preservation Law Offices is a highly regarded boutique law firm that specializes in estate planning and asset protection planning. Led by partners Brendan J. King and Linda T. Cammuso, our strategic advantages include:
- A highly developed approach to estate planning that bridges the gap between traditional estate planning and asset protection planning to ensure the quality of life that you’ve worked so hard for is preserved during your lifetime and for future generations
- A legal team who practice a thoughtful and empathetic approach to planning that reflects your lifetime concerns and challenges, as well as traditional estate and end-of-life matters
News from Estate Preservation Law Offices
SHOP TALK |WORCESTER BUSINESS JOURNAL Q&A
Linda T Cammuso, estate planning attorney and partner at Estate Preservation Law Offices, interviewed with WBJ editor Brad Kane about COVID-19 and its impact on estate planning for clients and the firm.
Special Edition of Bridging the Gap
When Attorney Joseph Cove approached EPLO about transitioning his estate planning and elder law practice, we were flattered and excited. Over time, we have come to appreciate the weight of this decision, not only for Joe as a conscientious attorney who is a pillar of his community, but for his many long-time, devoted clients who speak of him with fondness and admiration. When Joe undertook the search to transition his non-municipal clients, he looked for “A firm that could best serve the needs of my clients and that shared my vision of superior client service. I selected Brendan King and Linda Cammuso, founders of EPLO, because of their expertise and reputation in estate and asset preservation and their commitment to providing competent estate planning solutions.”
By Mariah Heppe
We all know that life has been known to throw a few curve-balls, but I think it is safe to say that the majority of us did not see COVID-19 coming. In this time of uncertainty, planning for right now and the future has never been more important.
Brendan J. King Featured in the Professional Advisor Network Journal on SECURE ACT
The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act is a bipartisan retirement bill that went into effect on January 1, 2020. The law contains many favorable provisions for retirement account owners, including removing the age limit for IRA contributions (previously limited to 70 ½) and extending the age to begin taking “required minimum distributions” (RMDs) to age 72.
One of the many key factors in having a good estate plan in place is peace of mind: knowing that you’ve done the right thing for yourself and your family.
Choosing the right law firm can be a challenge…Here’s why you should consider Estate Preservation Law Offices:
- Our professionals are specialists in the estate planning field and provide the expertise you want and the results you need
- We treat our clients with respect and integrity
- We adhere to the highest standards of professional excellence
- We employ a unique team approach to client service – as a client of our firm, you have access to the skills and assistance of every member of our staff
Articles & Press Releases
- Brendan J. King Featured in the Professional Advisor Network Journal on SECURE ACT
- EPLO Partner Linda T. Cammuso Honored by Worcester Business Journal
- Your Estate Plan Should Match Your Life Stage
- Why You Should Get Your Beneficiary Designations Right
- Partner Linda T. Cammuso Featured in the Sunday Telegram
- Durable Powers of Attorney and Health Care Proxies Are More Important than Ever Thanks to COVID-19
- The SECURE Act Substantially Changes the Rules about Inheritance of Retirement Accounts: What you need to know
- EPLO Partner Linda T. Cammuso Honored by Worcester Business Journal
- A Military Power of Attorney is Essential for Military Service Members
Individuals, entrepreneurs, families, business owners, medical, legal and other professionals, fiduciaries, and parents of children with disabilities, are among the diverse types of clients that look to Estate Preservation Law Offices to meet their planning needs. From simple issues to complicated problems, clients come to us for results, and we deliver. Our pride and satisfaction come from building an extraordinary rapport with clients and helping them to solve their problems and achieve their goals.
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Worcester, MA 01609
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Leominster, MA 01453
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Braintree, MA 02184
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Estate Preservation Law Offices of Worcester, MA provides multi-leveled and integrated estate planning and asset protection planning services. Its services includes: estate planning, asset protection planning through domestic and foreign techniques, business and corporate planning, corporate and individual tax planning, elder law and Medicaid planning, estate and trust administration, guardianships and conservatorships, retirement planning, special needs and disability planning, financial aid planning, veterans benefits planning, charitable and exempt organizations, and equine and pet trust planning. The firm serves clients in areas that include Worcester, Boylston, Braintree, Boston, Brewster, Brookline, Cambridge, Chatham, Fitchburg, Holden, Hyannis, Leominster, Newton, Needham, Northborough, Southborough, Shrewsbury, Wellesley, Weston, Westborough, Cape Cod & Islands, Central Massachusetts, Metro west / 495, and New Hampshire.