For us, it’s personal.
We designed our law firm to offer exceptional service and legal counsel to privately owned businesses, corporations and individuals.
We also designed our firm to be right-sized: large enough to offer the quality legal counsel you expect and small enough so you get the personal attention and exceptional service you deserve.
Our Practice Areas
We designed our firm to offer our clients exceptional service and value throughout life’s journey.
Our practice areas include:
Private Client Services
Delivering Exceptional Service & Value
We deliver exceptional service to business owners, corporations and individuals, with a focus on privately held businesses and high net worth individuals.
We guide and counsel our clients from our main office in Wellesley, MA with additional offices in Boston and Chelmsford.
Who We Serve
Privately Held Businesses
Closely-held businesses value our pragmatic insight, counsel and strategies with an integrated plan for the business, owners and family members.
Right-sized. We are large enough to have the depth of expertise and knowledge, while small enough to be available, accessible and personal.
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