Office reopening plan during the Coronavirus pandemic.

After working remotely for the past few months due to the Coronavirus pandemic, we are excited to announce that our office reopened on Monday, May 18, 2020. Although we will not be meeting with clients in-person for the foreseeable future, we are available to work with you and your family through alternative methods of communication, including, telephone conference calls, video conference calls and email communications.

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mignanelli estate planning attorneys
Luminescent Construct 2010
by Matthew Mignanelli

Leaders in Estate Planning,
Elder Law and Probate

Since 1984, the lawyers of Mignanelli & Associates, Ltd. have provided knowledge, experience and guidance in the areas of estate planning, elder law and probate law, including:

• Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning
• Elder Law, Medicaid Planning and Guardianships
• Probate and Trust Administration
• Probate and Trust Litigation
• Estate Tax Planning
• Estate Planning for Same Sex Couples
• Trust Reformation
• Locating Missing Heirs
• Anonymous Trusts for RI and MA State Lottery Winners

Our Firm is Your Team

Our attorneys draw upon over 50 years of combined experience in client service. In addition, our attorneys –and you–are supported by a highly-experienced and knowledgeable legal staff. Take confidence in knowing that no matter what your estate planning, elder law or probate needs, your matter will be handled professionally, efficiently and effectively.

Our Attorneys are Your Advocates

Firm founder Anthony R. Mignanelli successfully litigated the landmark special needs planning case of Chenot v. Bordeleau. In that case, the Rhode Island Supreme Court decided that the benefits held for mentally disabled individuals from discretionary trusts could not be counted as part of their resources in determining eligibility for government benefits. This case had a profound impact on special needs planning as it established legal principles that were reflected in amendments to Social Security laws in 1992 and 1993.

Attorney Mignanelli has also prevailed in a number of other precedent-setting cases involving novel and unresolved areas of estate planning law, including spousal life estates and defective charitable remainder trusts.

Call us at 401-455-3500 or contact us to schedule a free initial consultation.

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