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Law Office of Julie Low PLLC

4 Federal St
Beverly, MA 01915-5724
(978) 922-8800
Fax: (888) 464-7511
Services Offered:
Elder Law Attorney
Law Office of Julie Low PLLC serves Essex County, MA
  • General Information
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    About My Business
    Practicing exclusively in Estate Planning & Administration, Elder Law, and Special Needs Planning, the Law Office of Julie Low PLLC designs customized, comprehensive will-based and trust-based estate plans to meet each client’s unique needs.
    About My Services
    Whether your goal is to protect assets from future long-term care costs, minimize estate taxes and administration fees, ensure a legacy for your descendants, provide for your needs in the event of incapacity, or protect and provide for a family member with special needs, the Law Office of Julie Low PLLC can design an estate plan that meets your objectives.
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    The Law Office of Julie Low PLLC practices exclusively in Estate Planning & Administration, Elder Law, and Special Needs Planning.
    Experience And Credentials
    In addition to being an accredited attorney with the Veteran’s Administration, Julie Low is a member of WealthCounsel™, ElderCounsel™, The National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA™), ElderLaw Answers™ and The Academy of Special Needs Planners™. She graduated cum laude from Western New England University School of Law. In her free time, Julie volunteers with North Shore Elder Services’ Money Management Program, assisting local seniors with paying bills and budgeting, and on Northeast ARC’s Human Rights Committee.
    Fees And Payment Sources Accepted
    The firm charges fixed prices instead of traditional hourly rates for estate planning. Ms. Low believes clients appreciate knowing the cost of services up-front and the open communication such an approach fosters. Client meetings are centered around important issues-- not the clock-- and are handled with a touch of lightheartedness, when appropriate, ‘because contemplating disability, incapacity or death is not a delightful or pleasant experience for most.’
    Languages Spoken by Staff
    English
    Hours of Service
    Daytime, as well as evening meetings, are available by appointment.
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