A Will is a legal document that lets you decide who should receive which of your assets after your death. It also allows you to name guardians for any dependent children. Without a Will, the courts decide what happens to your assets and who is responsible to care for your minor children.
Real Estate and Property Law
Real estate and property law deals with a variety of related issues, including the following: rights or interests in real estate; purchases and sales and other transfers of real estate; legal aspects of rental property and landlord issues; tenants’, renters’ and homeowners’ rights; title to real property; settlement of claims against property rights; property development; zoning and land use; home loan and commercial closings; foreclosures and various other topics.
Elder Law involves estate and Medicaid planning. It also involves abuse and discrimination issues which may arise in your later years. It is important to know your rights and to seek counseling and advice when needed.
A Trust is a legal document that can manage your property during your lifetime and / or after your death. It is often used alone or to supplement your Will.
Estate planning involves making arrangements for the transfer of your assets after death. Your estate is all the property that is solely owned by you at the time of your passing.
Business and Corporate Law
Business law refers to the legal areas surrounding the creation, modification and operation of business entities, such as general and limited partnerships, corporations and limited liability companies (LLCs).
Meet Gary Ivanson
I have lived in the Fall River area all of my life.
I have practiced law in Massachusetts and Rhode Island
for more than 40 years providing personalized attention
to all client matters.
Appointments available days, evenings and Saturdays.
Home visits also available when needed.
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