T Frank Law, PLLC

Estate Planning, Probate, and Business Law

Welcome to T FRANK LAW, PLLC

Conveniently located at the Schrafft’s Center in Charlestown, Massachusetts, T FRANK LAW, PLLC helps Massachusetts families prepare and respond to the inevitable. Whether you’re a young family looking to set up wills and trusts for the first time, or an established person or couple looking to leave a legacy, we'll work with you to develop a plan that meets your needs and goals. We bring extensive experience and professionalism to every case and customize our support to your individual needs and concerns.

Because we are technologically proficient and skilled at seeking solutions, we keep our costs down and maintain reasonable and competitive fees. We’re on the pulse of evolving law in our practice areas, and we're always happy to answer questions.

Get in touch with us to set up a consultation, or use the contact form at the bottom of this page to inquire whether our services are right for you.




The Schrafft’s Center Power House
529 Main Street, Suite 200
Charlestown, MA 02129


(617) 702-2449

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Areas of Practice

Estate Planning

The planning process begins with getting to know you and your family, the goals that each person has, and learning about each person's role. 

Small business law

We represent small businesses and other closely-held non-public entities in many phases of business. 

Probate & estate administration

The Massachusetts Uniform Probate Court (MUPC) governs how to probate an estate in Massachusetts, whether or not the decedent left a will.

will, Probate, and trust litigation

We represent heirs or beneficiaries in will contests, persons who have been disinherited from wills or excluded from trusts, as well as fiduciaries involved in estate or trust administration. We also help agents or fiduciaries in health care proxy disputes, contested guardianship and conservatorship matters, and power of attorney disputes.

guardianship & conservatorship

Guardianship and Conservatorship involve protection of persons and their property. A Guardian of a minor has the powers and responsibilities of a parent regarding the minor's support, care, education, health, and welfare.



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Use the form below to contact us regarding your legal inquiry. Please be as detailed as possible. To help us best serve your inquiry, we recommend that you first describe the issue you’re having before telling us what you want to achieve. You may also email or call us to make an appointment.

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