When Business Owners Need Legal Insight, We Provide It

For more than five decades, Greater Boston-area companies have relied on the business law skills of Bletzer & Bletzer, P.C. , in Brighton, Massachusetts . Our attorneys understand entrepreneurs, startup companies and established corporations, and how to help them.

As a family-owned business, we, too, understand the challenges that you may face. But with skilled and experienced attorneys on your side, you and your company can face these challenges. Solid preparation and research are essential and our attorneys are detail-oriented and results-driven.

Choice of Entity/Business Formation

Experience in Forming a Business

Tax considerations and liability concerns are the primary drivers in determining which business entity form is chosen when organizing a new business. The business law attorneys of Bletzer & Bletzer, P.C., working with tax professionals are highly qualified to address these and other factors in entity selection. We advise entrepreneurs and families throughout Massachusetts, on the advantages and disadvantages of the different entities, in line not only with the goals of the business, but in the context of estate planning and business succession. Arrange a consultation today if you are starting or reorganizing a business.

Selecting A Structure For Your Business

Bletzer & Bletzer PC has extensive experience in forming: Limited Liability Corporations, (LLC); Limited Partnerships, (LP); Subchapter S Corporations; Subchapter C Corporations and Professional Corporations. Our knowledgeable lawyers will walk you through the advantages and disadvantages of the various options. Other considerations include personal liability tolerance, distribution of profits, management structure, buy-sell agreements and other exit strategies, transfer of ownership, planning for succession of a family-run business, and costs of startup and maintenance.

Our team assists with negotiating the shareholder, operating or partnership agreements to minimize internal disputes and external threats. Bletzer & Bletzer, P.C., provides ongoing counsel to business owners for transactions and agreements and representation in business litigation.

Establish Your Business Wisely

The proper foundation can mean the difference between success or failure of the business, and failure to plan for the future can result in unnecessary tax burdens on the owners or heirs. Call Bletzer & Bletzer at 617-254-8900 or email conrad@bletzerlaw.com to schedule a consultation with our attorneys.

Car Accident

We Are A Solid Ally For Car Accident Victims

A car accident can happen anytime. A distracted driver might fail to see your car and crash into you. A different driver could fall asleep and veer into your parked vehicle while you are sitting inside. A reckless driver could blow through a stop sign, causing an accident that leads to a serious injury.

You find yourself hospitalized, unable to work, and wondering why this happened. You want insight into your legal options. Bletzer & Bletzer, P.C., in Brighton, Massachusetts, is a long-standing personal injury law firm that has served the Greater Boston area for more than 50 years. We are a family-owned law firm that provides one-on-one attention to clients. We are dedicated and prepared to fight for you.

Tackling Negligent Parties Who Caused Your Injuries

The streets of Boston have lots of traffic, so it is essential to remain on the alert for negligent drivers. Sometimes, however, a car accident is inevitable. We have represented clients injured in:
  • Head-on collisions
  • Side-impact collisions, also known as a T-bone crash
  • Rear-end collisions
  • Rollovers
  • Single-vehicle accidents
Whether you were a driver or a passenger, our experienced lawyers will fight for you in getting the compensation you deserve. Our attorneys will be understanding, empathetic, and compassionate in providing you with help after a car accident. At the same time, they are tenacious, aggressive, and focused on getting results for you.

Elder Law/Long-Term Care Planning/MassHealth (Medicaid) Planning

Elder Law is a broad term that encompasses a wide range of matters, including estate planning with the senior perspective in mind, proactively planning to protect assets in the event a long term care situation arises, to handling crises scenarios in which an elder is transitioning to assisted living or nursing home care without any pre-planning.

Without advanced planning or even last-minute planning, the exorbitant cost of long-term care (an average of $12K per month) can mean financial ruin to seniors, couples, and their families. Unless you can afford to privately pay for your long-term care or have a long-term care insurance policy to help with the the monthly cost of care, your option is to apply for MassHealth (Medicaid) benefits to provide medical assistance. Our firm understands the federal standards and guidelines for Medicaid as well as the complex eligibility requirements of Massachusetts Medicaid Rules and Regulations including the 5-year lookback period, transfer penalties, income guidelines, allowable ways to spend down, and how to protect as many assets as possible under the circumstances.

We help many families where adult children or caretakers are forced into decision making roles for their parents for the first time. Often, using Powers of Attorney, Guardianship and/or Conservatorship, children and caretakers are faced with organizing finances, making decisions about care, and figuring out the best placement for their loved one all at once.

Our firm knows how to help families navigate this stressful journey, protect assets, and qualify clients for MassHealth benefits. We have developed a well-rounded network of professional senior care providers – from aging life care professionals, social workers, home care providers, assisted living and nursing home administrators, financial advisors, and accountants – who serve as resources for our clients to help address the full scope of our clients’ needs.

It’s never too late to seek advice about protecting a loved one’s health, dignity, and assets, even if a loved one is already in a nursing home. Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation. Our attorneys and staff are willing to travel to a potential client’s home, hospital, or care facility if an office appointment is not feasible.