Personalized Elder Law, Estate Planning & Real Estate Needs in Belmont, MA
About The Law Office of Dale J.Tamburro, PC
The Law Office of Dale J.Tamburro, PC is a recognized and trusted name in our local community, serving long-time Belmontians and establishing great relationships with many new singles and families in Belmont and Metro West towns. We are staffed by two lawyers who have a lifetime commitment to the Belmont community and the surrounding areas.
We are a general practice office, emphasizing estate planning, probate, and all aspects of buying and selling residential real estate. We provide a unique combination of knowledge, experience and compassion where issues of elder and real estate law intersect. Our clients feel confident working with us because they know that we are committed to delivering truly personalized attention — just like law practices provided a century ago!
Monthly, Dale J. Tamburro conducts free educational seminars on topics related to estate assistance, asset protections, probate avoidance, real estate ownership and elder law. These clarifying seminars are a valued part of our community outreach, and are short sessions where you attend, inquire, and go home with a real grasp on relevant legal tools and terms you need to understand. For details on our latest seminars, go here.
Buying or selling a home? Let The Law Office of Dale J.Tamburro, PC, guide you through the transaction process. We work closely with you to ensure everything is in order and that you are happy with your purchase or sale.
We all have unique needs and circumstances. Whether you are married with kids, or a single adult, you should have an estate plan to protect your assets, loved ones and personal care in the future.
Trusts fall into two basic categories: testamentary and inter vivos. A testamentary trust is one created by your will, and it does not come into existence until you die. In contrast, an inter vivos trust, starts during your lifetime. You create it now and it exists during your life.
There’s a wide variety of matters covered by the term “Elder Law.” It is a focus on life-care planning to insure that the total health care and estate planning needs of an individual are addressed.
The loss of a loved one can be one of the most difficult situations you’ll ever face. Unfortunately, dealing with the distribution of your loved one’s assets–especially if he or she did not leave behind a will–can add stress to an already emotional time.
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Contact us in Belmont, Massachusetts, at (857) 302-3561 for comprehensive estate planning from attorneys with experience.