Attorney Rogers has gained considerable experience in this area from his tenure as a probate judge for over 16 years. He received a graduate tax degree from Boston University Law School in 1997. He has drafted hundreds of wills and trusts from simple wills to more complex estates, including credit shelter planning, irrevocable life insurance trusts, living trusts, and special needs trusts. He provides individualized estate planning attention to every client, including counseling and planning for Medicaid. He helps clients with advance medical directives and drafts financial and healthcare powers of attorney and living wills. He is very familiar with the handling of estate administration and endeavors to complete the probate process in a timely and cost-efficient manner. He regularly attends seminars and conferences in this area of practice.