The attorney represents banks, credit unions, corporations, and individuals, both in offering opinions; and providing representation in state and federal courts. The attorney is successful in recovering on delinquent accounts for her clients.
The attorney and staff are skilled in the details of title examination, review and reporting. Attorney Boulay is a member of the Real Estate Bar Association, and a regular participant at its programs. The Lawyer is skilled at all aspects of the process of purchasing and selling real estate, from the drafting and negotiating of a purchase and sale agreement or lease, to the closing of the transaction on behalf of the bank, credit union, other lender, or on behalf of the buyer or seller in the deal.
To the extent a client is purchasing a property for a particular use, or need to verify the allowance of the use in the city or town, or hope to get a use approved by the City or Town, the attorney can assist you through the process.
The lawyer has many years of experience in working with individuals who are seeking a divorce, or ending a cohabitation arrangement. The lawyer is well versed in child custody, visitation and relocation issues. Whether there is a child custody issue or dispute needing resolution, or simply an agreement that needs drafting, Attorney Boulay and her staff will be there to help its clients through this process. The attorney can work with you in hopes of finding a mediated solution to your situation, or will be your strong advocate in the courtroom should the matter require litigation.
So that a client intentionally determines where he or she wants his or her assets to go at the time of death, the attorney and her staff will work with the client to help each one clarify goals. Then, the attorney will prepare estate planning documents to reflect the client’s expressed wishes.
Attorney Boulay has probated numerous estates over the years, and has done so, in an efficient and cost effective manner.
Attorney Boulay enjoys working with people and has helped some of her aging clients with the decisions they needed to make with respect to whether or not they would stay at home, move into assisted living or find other housing accommodations, and what help they would hire to assist them in their daily care or financial affairs.