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What Kinds of Powers of Attorney Are There?
A power of attorney grants someone (the “agent”) authority to act on behalf of another party (the “principal”).
What We Do
From the birth of your first child, to how to transition a special-needs teenager into young adulthood, to your own retirement, to keeping up with the changing needs of an elderly parent, and everything else along the way, Special Needs Law Group is the trusted resource in Massachusetts.
SPECIAL NEEDS LAW EXPERTS
We are dedicated to providing successful solutions by guiding families and individuals with special needs so that they can navigate the wide variety of legal issues they may face.
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“Attorney Annette Hines and the team at SNLG of MA were outstanding. My experience dealing with other law firms has been cold indifference. From start to finish, I found the folks at SNLG to be a refreshing change. [Their staff] were a delight, delivering top-notch customer service, care, and compassion. They were responsive, prompt, and thoroughly professional. Nothing fell through the cracks and the interactions with staff were seamless. Everyone behaved as part of a cohesive team with a focus on me, the client.”
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