Southern New England's Certified Elder Law Attorney
Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Massachusetts Certified Elder Law Attorney
We Serve All of Southern New England
At the Connelly Law Offices, our firm specializes in elder law, estate planning, and probate law. We also provide fiduciary services in a variety of areas, including trust administration.
Our firm was established in 1970, and our family business has provided outstanding representation to clients in Rhode Island, Eastern Connecticut, Southeastern Massachusetts, and Martha's Vineyard for over 50 years.
Attorney RJ Connelly III has decades of experience representing clients in Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Massachusetts and helping them navigate the challenges of Medicaid and other legal hurdles that life may bring them. Our firm is dedicated to providing a comforting environment to discuss our client's future care and financial preparedness.
Elder Law and Fiduciary Services
Attorney RJ Connelly III frequently appears in the courts within Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Massachusetts and works closely with various state agencies responsible for protecting the elderly in the community and among our state's long term care settings. We offer our clients the highest quality estate planning, probate, Medicaid planning, and legal representation and are admitted to practice before the state and federal courts of Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut.
Rhode Island Elder Law Attorney
Eastern Connecticut Elder Law Attorney
Southeastern Massachusetts Elder Law Attorney
Martha's Vineyard Elder Law Attorney
Experience is the Key
With nearly three decades of experience, Attorney RJ Connelly III followed in his father's footsteps by pursuing law. Attorney Connelly represents clients in a wide variety of estate planning, probate, and elder law matters, and he is among an elite group of certified elder law attorneys in southern New England and the United States. If you need assistance with creating an estate plan, we can help you establish a will, an irrevocable or revocable trust, advance directives for health care, a living will, and a power of attorney. We can also help you to address matters about guardianship and conservatorship and appointing an executor for your estate.
We assist personal representatives, otherwise known as executors and administrators, in the administration of estates. Since these parties have a fiduciary duty to act in the interests of the estate and the beneficiaries, we can guide personal representatives through probate and administration proceedings.
As a certified elder lawyer, Attorney RJ Connelly can handle all elder law matters, whether you need help with Medicaid planning, estate planning, fiduciary services, trustee services, conservatorship, probate and decedent estate issues or any other concern that may affect the elderly, their families and those with disabilities.
At Connelly Law Offices, we provide you with the most outstanding elder law and fiduciary services that will exceed your expectations. Please, contact Connelly Law at (401) 724-9400.
"Elder law issues can be complex and just one wrong word or decision can mean the difference between a good result and disaster should you become incapacitated or if other unexpected issues occur in your senior years. At Connelly Law, we can help you plan for what will happen if you should become incapable of taking care of yourself and your own personal business and family matters. Call us today!"
---- RJ Connelly III
Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut Certified Elder Law Attorney
"Southern New England's Certified Elder Law Attorney"
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Our office locations
Mystic, CT 06355
Rhode Island - Main Office
Pawtucket, RI 02860
East Chop, MA 02557
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