ESTATE PLANNING & ELDER LAW ATTORNEY IN BRUNSWICK, MAINE

Because Hodgkins Law only does estate planning, clients can expect a certain level of precision when creating their customized, comprehensive estate plan. We work to remove anxiety from the estate planning process, ensuring that you leave our office with a peace of mind you didn’t have when you entered. Hodgkins Law believes in doing one thing—and doing it exceptionally well. We are well-versed and well-educated in every single aspect of estate planning, from the most basic estate plans, to the most complex. Our sole focus on estate planning allows us to offer the highest quality estate planning services.

We are equally as comfortable engaging in special needs planningbusiness succession planningMaineCarelong-term care planningincapacity planning, and even pet planning as we are preparing an estate plan. Our goal is to work with you throughout this entire process, ensuring that every aspect of your estate plan is easy to understand. All client documents are painstakingly organized for you, and we even go a step further to create a personalized video which thoroughly captures and explains the estate plan details for each client.

Our goal at Hodgkins Law is to provide Maine families the very best estate plan for their unique situation. Attorney Hodgkins will work hard so that every client can obtain this peace of mind after creating a detailed, thorough estate plan unique to you and your loved ones.

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We’ll Help You Plan For The Future And Protect Your Assets We’re glad you’ve arrived at our Estate Planning Center! Here you’ll discover how important estate planning is and learn more about the most important issues – and available tools – when it comes to planning for your future as well as the future of your loved ones.

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Hodgkins Law, PLLC

P.O. Box H
Brunswick, Maine 04011
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(207) 358-3270

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