Attorneys George Warshaw and Noel Di Carlo were the featured speakers at an luncheon event hosted by Cape Anne Animal Aid. George and Noel spoke about Pet Trusts. They asked the guests, "What would happen to them, if something happened to you?" It sounds silly: "A trust for your pet? Including...
Attorneys George Warshaw & Noel DiCarlo partner with Cape Anne Animal Aid to speak about Pet Trusts
Gifting Travel: What to do with your Frequent Flier Miles when you're no longer around
A recent estate planning trend is is to consider gifting your frequent flier miles to loved ones in your will or trust. When I pose the question, “what would you like to do with your frequent flier miles?” to my estate plan clients, more often than not, they seem to be caught off-guard and...
Attorney DiCarlo acts as Thesis Advisor for MIT's Department of Urban Studies and Planning
Attorney Di Carlo was honored to be asked to be an advisor for the Department of Urban Studies and Planning at MIT's thesis program.
Noel worked closely with Professor Lawrence Susskind, one of the founders of the field of public dispute mediation, in advising City Planning Candidate...
WDA supports the Doug Flutie Foundation for Autism: A Night to Shine
The WDA team was honored to support the Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism at their annual Night to Shine gala. The Flutie Foundation helps children and families affected by autism live life to the fullest. It was a wonderful event for a wonderful cause.
Attorney Noel DiCarlo was a feature speaker at the Real Estate Bar Association Spring Conference
Attorney Noel Di Carlo was a feature speaker at the Spring Conference of the Real Estate Bar Association on the Massachusetts Uniform Probate Code and considerations in conveying real estate out of probate.
The lecture was well attended and a lively debate was sparked when discussing...
Estate Planning for New Families
Attorney's Virgilio Ong and Arielle Mullaney presented at the Drool Baby Expo. They educated new parents and families about the importance of having a will, guardianship and other estate planning documents in place.