Worcester, MA, May 18, 2009 --- Attorneys Brendan J. King and Linda T. Cammuso recently opened a new law firm, Estate Preservation Law Offices, at 71 Elm Street , Worcester, MA. The firm offers a broad spectrum of legal services, including estate and asset protection planning for individuals and businesses, estate and trust administration, and elder and special needs planning.
Attorney King earned his Bachelor's degree at the College of the Holy Cross, his Juris Doctor at Suffolk University Law School and his LL.M in Taxation at Boston University School of Law. King holds numerous memberships which include: The American Bar Association (Asset Protection Subcommittee), the Massachusetts Bar Association (Tax Subcommittee), the Worcester County Bar Association, where he co-chairs the Tax, Trusts and Estates Subcommittee, the Worcester Estate & Business Planning Council, of which he is the Treasurer, and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. Brendan was previously a partner at Fusaro, Altomare & Ermilio where he established and chaired the Estate, Trust & Tax Department.
Attorney Cammuso earned her Bachelor's degree at Assumption College and her Juris Doctor degree from Suffolk University Law School. Cammuso holds various professional memberships including, the American Bar Association (Asset Protection Subcommittee), the Massachusetts Bar Association (Tax Subcommittee), the Worcester County Bar Association (Tax, Trusts and Estates Subcommittee), the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, and the Worcester Estate & Business Planning Council. While pursuing her degrees, she worked in the nursing home industry home which provided valuable experience and insight into long-term care issues and challenges. More recently, she was affiliated with Fusaro, Altomare & Ermilio as an associate in the Estate, Tax and Trust Department.
According to Attorney Cammuso "We founded the firm in response to the rapidly changing environments in the estate and asset protection industry. Particularly in these challenging economic times, our goal is to help individuals and businesses preserve their wealth both during their lifetimes and for future generations." Attorney King stated "Individuals and businesses today cannot afford to overlook the importance of protecting their assets. No matter the size of their estates, chances are they have assets that are needlessly exposed even if they already have an estate plan. Our job is to offer practical and immediate solutions to ensure that the assets they've worked so hard for are fully protected."
King and Cammuso also announce that Attorney David E. Peterson has joined Estate Preservation Law Offices as an associate. Peterson earned his Juris Doctor degree at Boston College Law School. He also holds an undergraduate degree in environmental design from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst His professional affiliations include the Massachusetts Bar Association, the Worcester County Bar Association, and the Worcester Estate and Business Planning Council. Previously, Peterson was an associate at Fusaro, Altomare & Ermilio in its Estate, Tax and Trust Department.