A Rhode Island native, Marcia J. Boyd lives in Narragansett and maintains her elder law and estate law practice in Wakefield. Marcia has focused on elder law, trusts, estate planning, probate and guardianships for many years. “I’ve found my niche,” she says. Her practice includes Medicaid planning and asset protection, wills, long-term care planning, trusts, estate planning and advance directives, guardianships and special needs trusts, among other related areas of law.
Marcia is an active member of her community. A member of the RI Bar Elder Law Subcommittee, South County Womens’ Club, South County Hospital Professional Advisory Committee, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and other groups including Rhode Island NAMI, Marcia has integrated herself into her local communities and her legal areas of practice. She is admitted to practice law in both Rhode Island and New York.
Clients often describe Marcia as compassionate, and laud her for her ability to clearly explain often-complex legal concepts, and her vast knowledge of trusts and estates, probate and elder law. With a focus on helping family members through the legal system during times of crisis or transition, as well as advising persons of all ages and life stages in estate and trust planning, Marcia is available by appointment in her office or at your home, hospital or nursing home.
24 Salt Pond Road, Suite C3, Wakefield • 401-792-7100
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