Protecting You, Your Family, and Your Assets
The Law Office of Eric P. Zine is a boutique law practice dedicated to all aspects of Estate Planning and Elder Law throughout Eastern Massachusetts.
Attorney Eric P. Zine founded the practice with the vision of giving clients what is most important: peace of mind. We accomplish this through sound, insightful legal advice and planning that will help protect our clients, their loved ones and the things they care about.
Our practice is specialized and intentionally small to allow for the highest degree of service and a certain level of intimacy with our clients and their families. We work closely with our clients and approach all matters determined to understand their concerns, objectives and goals. And with this understanding, we are able to craft a highly personalized, comprehensive plan designed to meet those objectives and goals.
Attorney Zine strives to exceed expectations and takes great pride in being his clients’ “family lawyer” and building personal relationships that last a lifetime. He accommodates busy schedules and is available during evenings and weekends.
You want to do the right thing for yourself and your family.
You want to protect your financial future by preserving your assets.
You want the security of knowing that your estate will be handled exactly the way you want.
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Attorney Eric P. Zine founded the practice with the vision of giving clients what is most important: peace of mind. We accomplish this through . . . that will help protect clients, their loved ones and the things they care about.
Estate planning is not only about death, dying and taxes. It is also about lifetime planning—providing for your own personal, legal and financial security during your lifetime.
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