Woburn & Beverly Estate Planning Law Firm

As a young man, Mr. Karr saw first-hand the consequences of failing to have an estate plan in place when his grandmother died without a proper estate plan. Then early in his career, he worked at a law practice that placed company profit above compassionate service. Those experiences inspired Mr. Karr to create a new kind of law center; one focused on providing compassionate guidance and expert knowledge. As a husband and the father of a young daughter, Mr. Karr is dedicated to assisting individuals and families who, like him, want to provide for and protect those they love.

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Attorney Matthew Karr
Avvo Rating 10 Superb in Estate Planning
Recognized as a Super Lawyers Rising Stars
National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys Member
Massachusetts Bar Association member
National Association of Estate Planners & Councils member
At The Heritage Law Center We:
  • Take a personalized approach to estate planning.
  • Offer free initial consultations via phone, video, or            in-person.
  • Bill for estate planning on a flat-fee basis, agreed to in advance, so you don’t have to hesitate to call us.
  • Take the time to explain estate planning strategies and tools so you understand our recommendations.
  • Offer a no-charge, 3-year review of the documents we draft.
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What Makes The Heritage Law Center Different

At The Heritage Law Center, good communication and a genuine concern for our clients are at the core of everything we do. We listen to you so we learn about your specific situation—your assets, family, and goals for your estate plan. We explain estate planning strategies and tools in an easy-to-understand way and answer any questions you have. Then we work with you to develop a plan that will best protect you, your assets, and your family.

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At The Heritage Law Center, we want to get to know you well to establish a warm relationship that will continue through the years. We’ll be there to guide you through the changes in your legal documents that will reflect the changes in your life: as you buy a home, marry, have children and grandchildren, prepare for long-term care, and lose people you love—experiencing all the joys, excitements, worries, and griefs that are part of all of our lives.

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What Our Estate Planning Law Firm Does For You

We have in-depth knowledge of estate planning to help you:

Estate planning in Massachusetts isn’t just important for the wealthy. We work with clients who have a range of assets and are at all different stages of life. Our clients are young people just starting out, new parents, middle-aged adults, and older people planning for the possibility of future long-term care. We believe estate planning is necessary for everyone and so we do all we can to make it affordable to everyone. We are committed to being there for you in good times and bad, and to helping you prepare for things you never considered might happen.

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Invest in Your Future

Sometimes life can bring unexpected storms. We’re here to help you be prepared for them by getting your estate plan in place, so you and your family will be protected. Remember, an estate plan only works if it’s in place before you need it. Doing your estate planning with us will be quicker and easier than you think. When it’s done, you’ll be comforted by the fact that you’re prepared for the future.

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Contact The Heritage Law Center Today for Experienced Massachusetts Estate Planning

Once you contact us, you’ll realize that we are truly concerned about your well-being and the well-being of your family. Estate planning and elder law can seem overwhelming and a little scary. We’ll be here for you every step of the way to answer your questions, help you plan, calm your fears, and provide you with the peace of mind that being proactive provides.

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