Peter V. Tekippe, Attorney at Law
8 North Main St., Suite 403
Attleboro, MA 02703
Tel(508) 838-3502
Fax(508) 222-7322
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Estate Planning
Contact Attorney Tekippe today for a confidential consultation.
(508) 838-3502
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Attorney Peter V. Tekippe represents individuals and businesses throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts concentrating in
Norfolk, Bristol and Plymouth Counties including the cities and towns of  Attleboro, Achusnet, Attleboro, Berkley, Dartmouth, Dighton,
Easton, Fairhaven, Fall River, Foxboro, Franklin, Freetown, Mansfield, Millis, Medway,  New Bedford, Norfolk, North Attleboro, Norton,
Plainville, Raynham, Rehoboth, Seekonk, Somerset, Swansea, Taunton, Walpole, Westport and Wrentham, Massachusetts.


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Whether you are single, newly married or getting older, as
you pass through different stages it is important to
re-evaluate your estate planning objectives. Having an estate
plan that is current will ensure that your estate is passed
seamlessly to the next generation.

In most cases an effective estate plan can be accomplished
by combining a will, with a durable power of attorney and a
health care proxy. In other cases, a more elaborate plan may
be necessary to reach your goals.

Attorney Tekippe understands that your estate plan is as
unique as you are and that each plan must be specifically
tailored to your needs. He will listen to your ideas and
incorporate them into your estate planning legal documents.
You will never be given a pre-printed form.