Asset Protection and Estate Planning Attorneys

Comprehensive Asset Protection and Estate Planning Guidance The asset protection and estate planning lawyers at the Beliveau Law Group will guide you through asset protection and/or estate planning with experience, … [Continue Reading]

Estate Planning Attorneys

Elder Law & Medicaid Attorneys

The combination elder law and Medicaid lawyers and Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) at the Beliveau Law Group assist individuals and families with the complex process of protecting assets from the nursing home and … [Continue Reading]

Elder Law and Medicaid

Commercial & Residential Real Estate

If you are buying or selling a house, you should be represented by a real estate lawyer. The wise buyer and seller of commercial and/or residential real estate will consult an experienced real estate attorney to prepare … [Continue Reading]

Real Estate Law

Tax Attorneys and Certified Public Accountants

If your personal and/or business income tax returns are audited, it may not be simply bad luck or random. It generally means that one or more of your tax practices, even if you had no bad intentions, has raised a red … [Continue Reading]

Tax Attorneys and CPAs

Experienced Litigation Attorneys

The litigation attorneys at the Beliveau Law Group advance the legal claims, rights, and interests of their clients both in and out of court. The litigators focus on resolving disputes related to the transaction practice … [Continue Reading]

Litigation

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Florida Law Offices:

Our attorneys serve clients throughout the entire State of Florida, with offices in Boca Raton and Naples. Our Naples attorneys serves the local communities of Marco Island, Naples Manor, Golden Gate, Bonita Springs, San Carlos, Cape Coral, Fort Myers, and the entire Naples region. Our attorneys in Boca Raton, Florida serve the local communities of Fort Lauderdale, Coral Springs, Pompano Beach, Pembroke Pines, Cooper City, Hollywood, and the entire Boca Raton area.


Massachusetts Attorneys:

Headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts, we also have law offices in Danvers and Quincy. Our attorneys serve the entire Commonwealth with a concentration in the North Shore, Boston Metrowest, and the South Shore regions. We serve all the local communities of the Greater Boston area including Arlington, Boston, Brookline, Chestnut Hill, Concord, Dedham, Dover, Lexington, Needham, Newton, Waltham, Wayland, Wellesley, Weston, and the entire Boston region.


New Hampshire Lawyers:

Our New Hampshire law offices are located in Manchester and Salem. Our attorneys provide legal services for clients throughout New Hampshire including the towns and cities of Derry, Londonderry, Pelham, Windham, Nashua, Manchester, Hampstead, Atkinson, and the entire Manchester and Salem region.

Business Law Articles

Direct deposit can be required…if there’s an ‘opt-out’

Most employers find that paying workers through direct deposit is far simpler and easier than paying via check. But can employers force employees to accept direct deposit? Well, not exactly. According to the Department of Labor, you can’t refuse to pay people by check if they really, truly insist on a check. However, you can […]

No more ‘automatic tips’ for large groups at restaurants?

Many restaurants and other businesses automatically add a tip to the bill for groups over a certain size. But that’s likely to change in 2014, thanks to a new decision from the IRS. As of January 1, 2014, these automatic tips must be treated as “wages,” subject to payroll tax withholding. This will mean much […]

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Estate Planning Articles

How to leave items of sentimental value to your heirs

Often, the issue that causes the most hard feelings among family members after a death isn’t how much money everyone received in the will, but who should get the plate on which Grandma served her famous Thanksgiving pie year after year. Most people don’t think much about items of sentimental value when they do their […]

Should life insurance be part of your estate plan?

Traditionally, the purpose of life insurance is to replace a person’s income for their family in the event they die before they stop working. For this reason, many people buy “term” insurance that ends when they reach retirement age. However, there are also some very good uses for life insurance as part of an estate […]

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