NorthEast Estates and Trusts (NEET) provides practical, reasonably-priced, and comprehensive solutions to your estate planning needs.
Located in Shelburne, Vermont, NEET has limited its practice to drafting wills, trusts and related services since 2004. This focus has allowed the firm to develop broad experience in basic and advanced estate planning, probate and trust administration, and most importantly, assisting you to leave a positive legacy for your family.
Sleep better at night knowing your estate plan is up to date. If you have been thinking that it’s time to meet with an estate planning attorney, call NEET today.
Attorney Adam Bartsch has legal experience in New York City, Washington D.C. and Vermont, with licenses to practice law in Vermont, New York and Massachusetts. Prior to becoming an attorney, Adam worked for five years as a journalist in Washington, D.C. covering a broad range of issues on Capitol Hill.
Adam’s education includes a juris doctor degree from George Washington University Law School in Washington, D.C. (1998); a master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism in Evanston, Illinois (1991); and a bachelor of arts degree cum laude from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst (1989). He graduated from the Putney School, in Putney, Vermont in 1983.
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Wise Planning ♦ Strong Families
Advantages of NEET
The NEET estate planning process produces
peace of mind from beginning to end.
NEET offers clients a fixed fee so that you know the cost of your estate plan before agreeing to move forward. A fixed fee means that you can schedule additional appointments and call or email as often as needed to fully understand your estate plan without being charged additional fees every time you contact the firm.
NEET estate plans include all appropriate documents for your will-based or trust-based estate plan, including incapacity planning documents as well as other important ancillary documents.
NEET clients are encouraged to schedule a free annual meeting to review their plan to ensure it remains up to date. It’s important that your plan reflects your wishes when it is needed. Out-of-date plans cause confusion and unnecessary lawsuits.
NEET assists clients and their family members with probate and trust administration after a loved one has passed on.