Settlement of Estates, Probate and Administration


Knowledgeable Tax Planning Lawyer Serving The Lexington Area


Careful tax planning is of the utmost importance when it comes to estate planning and real estate. Without an in-depth examination of your assets or real estate investments, you may find yourself facing unnecessary income and estate taxes.

Prepared To Protect Your Best Interests

The wisest course of action is to avoid being in court by engaging in advance prudent tax planning when creating an estate plan or approaching a real estate transaction where capital gains taxes can often be avoided. You can rely on the knowledge and skill of attorney George E. Foote. Attorney Foote holds a Masters in Tax Law from Boston University School of Law and has been admitted to practice in the U.S. Tax Court.

Estate Tax Planning

When probating a decedent's estate, attorney Foote prepares all of the estate's tax returns himself, including the 706 and 1041 which can eliminate delays and often reduce administration costs. Estate tax planning, tax preparation and probate administration remain under a single roof at the Law Office of George E. Foote, P.C.

Yearly Tax Preparation

Attorney Foote also maintains an active income tax preparation practice for individual (1040) and fiduciary (1041) income tax returns. He often deals with clients who have a particularly difficult tax year or tax issue in a single year.

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For more than 40 years, the Law Office of George E. Foote, P.C., has been serving the tax planning needs of Massachusetts residents. Our office is conveniently located close to the Lexington Center. Our regular business hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Please contact us online to discuss your legal concerns with an experienced lawyer.


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