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603-319-1074Our law firm has served the New Hampshire seacoast area since 1920. We have provided legal services involving wills, trusts, estate planning and probate for generations of Maine and New Hampshire families. Clients in Dover, Portsmouth and other nearby communities count on us because of our legal knowledge and because they know we will be here when they need us.
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How you protect and transfer your assets is important. We have advised many individuals, families and closely held businesses about estate planning. Our New Hampshire attorneys are here to guide you through estate planning and how to properly avoid probate. We are also experienced in estate administration and have an in-depth understanding of the probate process should you need assistance through it.
We develop estate plans that fit your family. No two estate plans should be alike — and at our Portsmouth law firm, they are not. Our estate planning lawyers draft wills, powers of attorney and health care powers of attorney that meet your specific needs and goals. We also establish trusts that protect assets and transfer assets efficiently and confidentially.
We help with tax planning and complex trusts. Large estates require particular attention to federal and state tax planning. There are many trust options. We make recommendations based on our in-depth understanding of trust law and the options available.
We handle probate and estate administration. Being the executor of an estate is a tremendous responsibility. Our law firm can guide you through the process, taking on as much of the work as you feel is necessary. Our lawyers pay close attention to detail and fairness at every step, always honoring the intent of the deceased.
Our law firm has experience with probate litigation. While we usually help our clients avoid probate, we are skilled at navigating you through the probate process when you need litigation assistance. If there is a question of fraud, duress or undue influence, talk to a lawyer about a will contest. As with every area of our practice, you can speak with complete confidentiality.
For an estate plan that meets your needs, contact Boynton, Waldron, Doleac, Woodman & Scott, P.A. at 603-319-1074 in Portsmouth. We serve estate planning and probate clients in Maine and New Hampshire.