A Rhode Island native, Marcia J. Boyd lives in Narragansett and maintains her elder law and estate and trust law practice in Wakefield. Of counsel to the Newport based law firm of Sayer Regan & Thayer, LLP, she is able to offer the support and breadth of a full service law firm to her own practice areas. Her practice includes Medicaid planning and asset protection, wills, long-term care planning, trusts, estate planning and advance directives, guardianships and special needs trusts, among other related areas of law. “I’ve found my niche,” she says.
A member of the Rhode Island chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), South County Women’s Club, South County Hospital Professional Advisory Committee and others including past president of Rhode Island NAMI and board member of Rhode Island Legal Services Corporation, Marcia is integrated in her local communities and legal areas of practice.
An industry expert, Marcia is lauded for her vast knowledge of Medicaid planning, asset preservation, trusts, estates, probate and elder law. Clients often describe Marcia as compassionate, with the keen ability to clearly explain often-complex legal concepts.
With a focus on helping family members through the legal system during times of crisis or transition, Marcia is available by appointment in her office or at your home, hospital or nursing home.
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