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Center for Elder Law & Estate Planning - Brockton, MA

1322 Belmont StreetSuite 201Brockton, MA 02301

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Updated: 07/11/2019

Brockton Estate Planning Law Firm

Overview

Since the founding of our law firm, the Center For Elder Law & Estate Planning, our attorney, John Gianino, has worked diligently to build a reputation as one of Massachusetts' most respected estate lawyers. Today, his reputation for excellence is solid, which leads countless clients to our door each year for help with a variety of estate-related legal issues.

The demand for our firm's estate planning, probate and urgent elder care services caused the need for expansion. We now...

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