Lillian J. LaRosa

Lillian J. LaRosa

LaRosa/Toland Law Office
  • Probate, Divorce, Workers' Compensation ...
  • Massachusetts
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Biography

Probate Court practice including litigqation and administration of estates. including will and account contests and appointment of personal representative contests divorce and custody including guardianship of minors, and preparation and reviewing real estate and purchase and sale agreements, preparing petitions for license to sell,real estate and petitions to partition land in common. I have been a Conciliator with the Middlesex County Bar Association program for several years, I am a Court appointed Guardian Ad Litem category D on, Probate Accounts including Estates and Conservatorships, and Custody and Visitation Guardian ad litem . Our office also handles Workers Compensation matters including third party claims, personal injury , auto and truck accidents, pedestrian accidents.

Practice Areas
    Probate
    Probate Administration, Probate Litigation, Will Contests
    Divorce
    Collaborative Law, Contested Divorce, Military Divorce, Property Division, Same Sex Divorce, Spousal Support & Alimony, Uncontested Divorce
    Workers' Compensation
    Personal Injury
    Animal & Dog Bites, Brain Injury, Car Accidents, Construction Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Premises Liability, Truck Accidents, Wrongful Death
Fees
  • Free Consultation
    Thirty minute consultation for Probate Court matters . Please note that Workers Compensation and Personal Injury matters do not have an hourly billing rate and are either statutory or contingent fee
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Massachusetts
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1st Circuit
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Languages
  • English
Professional Experience
Partner
LaRosa/Toland Law Office
- Current
Probate law and Family Law and Workers Compensation, Personal Injury and Auto Accident practice
Education
American University Washington College of Law
J.D. (1981) | Administrative law
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internships with the US Food and Drug Administration and Montgomery County Maryland County Attorneys Office
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Professional Associations
Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys
Member
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Middlesex County Bar Association
- Current
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Massachusetts Bar Association  # 105219
Member
- Current
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Speaking Engagements
Employee's Average Weekly Wage Enhancement, Workers' Compensation Law & Practice, Boston, MA
Sterling Education Services, Inc.
Peter T. Toland , Esq., LaRosa/Toland Law Office, Woburn, MA, Lecturer , Lecutre for CLE credit
Employee's Average Weekly Wage Enhancement, Workers' Compensation Law & Practice, Boston, MA
Sterling Education Services, Inc.
Peter T. Toland , Esq., LaRosa/Toland Law Office, Woburn, MA, Lecturer , Lecutre for CLE credit
Employee's Average Weekly Wage Enhancement, Workers' Compensation Law & Practice, Boston, MA
Sterling Education Services, Inc.
Peter T. Toland , Esq., LaRosa/Toland Law Office, Woburn, MA, Lecturer , Lecutre for CLE credit
Certifications
Guardian ad litem
Probate and Family Court
Middlesex County Bar Association ADR Conciliator
Middlesex County Bar Association
Websites & Blogs
Website
LaRosaTolandlaw
Legal Answers
562 Questions Answered
Q. I am looking for a pro bono lawyer to represent my 15 year old. She would like to live with me full time. Thank you
A: Since your 15 year old has been with you and apparently wants to stay with you , this is a Modification of custody complaint which you would be bringing. At 15 your child would have a voice about her primary residence and would still have visitation with father. It is unfortunate that you have not had contact with your other children and you should pursue a Contempt complaint if visitation orders have been violated. The Court can urge family counseling to rebuild the relationship but time is of the essence and delay is not helpful. You have not informed what the issues were alleged with your custody battle so that is something which you should address with your counsel. You should be prepared to rebut whatever the accusations are or have been. Was DCF involved concerning abuse or neglect? Were there allegations of substance abuse?
Q. How do I transfer a residential property I own in Puerto Rico to my brother who currently lives in the home?
A: A Puerto Rico based attorney could best answer that question- it would seem to be by a Deed or transfer instrument.
Q. How to prevent college support when not in current order where no relationship exists? (Parental Alienation)
A: The Court will be aware of he Contempt filings and you should pursue them if you have not obtained Summonses with hearing dates , make contact with the Court. The Court would determine child support and college contributions of the parties and can consider the overall circumstances. However, be aware that there is not a visitation quid pro quo situation so that if there is no visitation there is no financial support obligation, which seems to be your question/suggestion? - No, there is still a support obligation to be determined by the Court.
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LA ROSA/TOLAND LAW OFFICE
3 Baldwin Green Common, Ste. 207
Woburn, MA 01801