Areas of Concentration
Timely, Cost Effective Solutions
Attorney Jacqueline Voss Lees has a proven track record of helping people solve their legal issues in a timely and cost-effective way — always with utmost sensitivity to the particular circumstances facing a client.
She provides solutions of the highest quality, honestly, reliably, effectively and at fair suburban rates — and she is committed to obtaining the best possible result for each client.
The Right Connections at the Right Time
In addition to providing services in her special areas of concentration, Attorney Voss Lees can help you solve problems outside these areas through her large referral network of high-quality professionals. No matter what your legal needs are, Attorney Voss Lees can help reach a comprehensive solution.
Please use the menu on the right side of this page to learn more about Attorney Voss Lees special areas of concentration.
A well-designed estate plan can do many things. Estate planning can be generally divided into two components: lifetime planning and death planning. Lifetime planning typically includes powers of attorney, health care proxies, living wills (end of life choices) and asset protection.
A divorce takes the three most prized elements of our lives: money, property and kids, and forces married persons to make difficult decisions and choices about them. That’s why you need an experienced and compassionate lawyer who will take care of you.
Attorney Voss Lees has been practicing in the Probate Court for over 23 years. She can efficiently guide you and your family through the probate process. Many people consider “probate” to be a bad thing and wish to avoid probate at all costs.
Elder & Disability Law
Elder and disability law is a multi-disciplinary practice area that addresses specific legal issues facing elderly and disabled persons. These issues include estate planning, access to public benefits such as Medicaid and Medicare, and preserving wealth for families while achieving or maintaining eligibility for public benefits.
Estate & Gift Taxation
Families that don’t plan ahead for estate and gift taxation may suddenly find themselves in unexpected circumstances — facing unanticipated and unwelcome financial realities. Attorney Jacqueline Voss Lees helps her clients avoid the unexpected by creating effective estate tax plans that will protect her clients’ assets during important periods of transition.
Small Business Organization & Dissolution
In Massachusetts, the most common forms of business ownership are: sole proprietor, partnership, corporation, or a limited liability company. Each form of ownership has advantages and disadvantages that should be carefully weighed to ensure that the ownership form is right for you.
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