836 Washington Street | Braintree, MA 02184 | 781-848-0040

Experience With A Personal Touch

Lane, Lane & Kelly proudly traces its roots back to the 1930s in Braintree, Massachusetts. A full service office that has grown and supported our local community, our attorneys advise clients on a full range of issues relevant to doing business in the Boston area. We are able to blend the advantage of being close to a large city with the immediacy only a local firm can offer. In today’s competitive and complicated legal environment you must have an attorney who is experienced, knowledgeable, and capable.

We provide a complete range of legal services to individuals and small businesses primarily in the areas pertaining to:

PRACTICE AREAS

Banking Law
Business Law
Civil Litigation Law
Estate Planning
Probate Law
Real Estate and Conveyancing Law
Zoning and Land Use Law

Our experience and flexibility to address a broad range of legal issues for our clients is the hallmark of our firm. It is our objective to provide the best legal services possible to each of our clients. We keep in constant contact with our clients and make ourselves available through office, phone and e-mail. We believe that good communication is the key to a successful law practice and keeping our clients satisfied.

Our Primary Practice Areas

Real Estate

Estate Planning

Probate

Zoning

Recent Articles

How to Maintain Anonymity When You Win the Lottery in Massachusetts

November 6, 2020

Lottery winners in Massachusetts are often surprised when they go to claim their prize and are then asked by the lottery commission to pose for a photograph and disclose their identity to the public. Most big winners want to conceal their identities from the public and unfortunately, most states – including Massachusetts – do not […]

Estate Planning and Coronavirus: The Importance of Having Health Care Documents and What it Means for your Current Health Care Documents. 

October 9, 2020

With the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), and the abundance of fear and uncertainty that has come with it, many people have questions about creating estate plans or modifying their current estate plans. There is a common misconception that estate planning documents only concern what will happen with your property after you pass away. […]

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