Even when Marcia J. Boyd lived in Rochester, New York, South County was still her home. A Rhode Island native, the elder law specialist left Rochester a few years ago to return to live in Narragansett and open her law office in Wakefield. Marcia has focused on elder law, probate and trusts for many years. “I’ve found my niche,” she says. Her practice includes Medicaid planning and asset protection, wills, long-term care planning, estate and trust planning, guardianship, and special need trusts.
In just a few years since her return home, Marcia has immersed herself in the community. A member of the RI Bar Elder Law Subcommittee, South County Women’s Club, RI Estate Planning Council, South County Hospital Professional Advisory Committee and NAMI RI Board President, Marcia has integrated herself and her practice into the local communities. She is admitted to practice law in NY and RI.
Clients often describe Marcia as compassionate and laud her for her clear language and vast knowledge of elder law, trusts and probate. With a focus on helping family members through the legal system during times of crises or transition, Marcia is available by appointment in her office or at home, hospital or nursing home.
24 Salt Pond Road, Suite C3, Wakefield
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