978.745.6006 jackie@vosslees.com

Attorney Profile

Protecting the law for 28+ years

Experience

Attorney Jacqueline Voss Lees has been practicing law in Essex County, Massachusetts for over 28 years. She operates a general practice law firm in Salem with a concentration in estate planning and administration, elder law, real estate, guardianship and conservatorship, estate and gift taxation and small business organization.

Education

Attorney Voss Lees graduated from Providence College in 1987 and earned her law degree (JD) in 1990 from Western New England College School of Law. In 2007, she returned to Western New England to further her education, obtaining her Master’s of Law Degree (LLM) in Estate Planning and Elder Law in 2010. Attorney Voss Lees continues to refine her knowledge and stay abreast of changes in the law by regularly auditing courses in the LLM program and through frequent participation in continuing legal education seminars.

IN practice

Upon graduation from law school in 1990, Attorney Voss Lees taught legal research and writing at her alma mater. In 1991, she joined the Law Office of Carl D. Goodman in Salem, Massachusetts, where she worked until January 2001. In 2001, she opened the Law Office of Jacqueline Voss Lees. Attorney Voss Lees also is of counsel to the Law Office of Welch/Muzio.

Professional Memberships

Attorney Voss Lees is a member of the Massachusetts and Connecticut State and Federal bars. She is a member of the Essex County Bar Association and the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys.

 27 Congress Street, Suite 512

     Salem, Massachusetts 01970

 and

108 Main Street

    Amesbury, Massachusetts 01913

   jackie@vosslees.com

  978 745-6006 (office)

  978 745-9071 (fax)

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