As a Rhode Island native, Marcia J. Boyd knows what it means to serve her community. With a background in administrative advocacy and litigating public benefit issues from her years as a Legal Services attorney before going into private practice, Marcia found special interest in Elder Law, probate, and trusts. Her South County law practice includes Medicaid planning and asset prevention, wills, long-term care planning, trust and estate planning and administration, guardianship, and special need trusts. A member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Rhode Island Bar Probate and Trusts Committee Elder Law Subcommittee, South County Women’s Club, and NAMI Rhode Island Board President, Marcia has integrated herself and her practice into the communities of Narragansett, Wakefield and beyond.
Marcia says she has “found her niche” in elder law and enjoys working with families and in- dividuals in these areas of law. Clients also tell her she has made them feel very comfortable and lessened the stress of dealing with the legal system while helping elder or disabled family members in crisis or transition. Appointments with Marcia are available in home, hospital, nursing home, or assisted living as needed by client.
24 Salt Pond Rd., Suite C3, Wakefield • 401-792-7100