Why Hire Connelly Law?
Becoming a Certified Elder Law Attorney is not a task that every lawyer can easily accomplish. A Certified Elder Law Attorney must be in good standing, have years of elder law practice, attend 15 hours of continuing legal education in elder law each year, submit to peer review, and pass a comprehensive written exam. Currently, there are less than 500 CELAs in the United States, and there are only 5 in the State of Rhode Island!
Our firm's attorney, R.J. Connelly, III, is not only a CELA, but a member of the National Elder Law Foundation, the Rhode Island Bar Association, the Connecticut Bar Association, and the Pawtucket Bar Association. Together, our team has the ability to help every client in any area of estate planning, elder law, or probate.
Elder Law Attorney for Rhode Island, Eastern Connecticut and Southeastern Massachusetts
Rhode Island, Southeastern Massachusetts and Eastern Connecticut Elder Law Attorney
Need Assistance From an Estate Planning Attorney?
A successful estate plan requires the assistance of an experienced estate planning lawyer. Documents such as wills and trusts may be established without the aid of an attorney, but they may not be valid according to Rhode Island laws. The lawyer you hire should also be well-versed in life insurance, end-of-life issues, business entities, and elder law, as well as estate planning. Finding an attorney who remains up-to-date with estate planning-related laws is equally important. Connelly Law has experience in estate planning, probate, and elder law. Since 1970, our firm has helped Rhode Island residents resolve their legal issues. If you are looking for an experienced lawyer, please contact the Rhode Island estate planning attorney at our firm today!
Contact Connelly Law
Connelly Law is a family-owned law firm that specializes in probate, estate planning, elder law, and elder law-related fiduciary services. We strive to give our clients the best legal representation and assistance, and our firm works as a team to successfully meet our clients' end goals. Our firm assists clients create advance health care directives, trusts, wills,powers of attorney, and other essential estate planning documents. For clients who need help with probate, we may walk them through the probate process, assist with estate administration, or represent them during an estate litigation case. Elderly clients who need any type of fiduciary service, representation, or retirement plan may contact our office, as well. If you wish to learn more about how our firm may be able to help you and your family, please contact our team today!