With his reputation as a leading estate planning attorney and educator in the area, Attorney Keith McManus maintains two offices of his law firm, McManus Estate Planning, LLC, in Plymouth and on Cape Cod. A practicing attorney since 1996, Attorney McManus earned his undergraduate degree from Boston University and a Juris Doctor degree from Case Western Reserve.
Attorney McManus helps people of different backgrounds and levels of wealth prepare for the financial security of their families by creating estate plans that include trusts.
As an educator, he runs seminars on the estate planning processes and appears every week as a guest on Retirement Roadmap, a radio show broadcast on three stations in eastern Massachusetts.
The goal of McManus Estate Planning, LLC, is to help people plan their estates using properly funded and maintained trusts. Attorney McManus does all he can to assure that the estates of his clients will not be subject to litigation or probate court administration, which can be a long and expensive process. The trust approach to estate planning provides for families while mitigating the estate's federal and state tax burdens.
Creating a trust does not mean giving up control of your assets, but it assures a seamless transition for your heirs.
Attorney Andrew J. Garcia is now of counsel to our estate-planning firm. A practicing attorney since 1991, Andrew is an honors graduate of both University of Massachusetts / Dartmouth (formerly Southeastern Mass. Univ.) and Suffolk University Law School. His practice includes all areas of elder law, as well as general estate planning.
Attorney Garcia is dedicated to handling cases of all sizes and complexities with equal effort and enthusiasm. To give back to the communities that shaped his career, he lectures annually to law students preparing for the Rhode Island bar exam—to help guide future advocates for victims’ rights. Andrew is also an adjunct professor in the law school at Suffolk University, where he teaches The Business of Practice to help prepare young lawyers to run their own law offices in the future.