New law firm comes to town
On Dec. 2, Dartmouth resident Brandon Walecka announced the foundation of his new independent law practice, Walecka Law, P.C.
Walecka earned his Juris Doctor from UMass Dartmouth Law School in 2011 and a Master of Laws degree in elder law in 2013 from Stetson University in St. Petersburg, FL.
Following nearly ten years at at a mid-size elder law and estate planning practice in Southeastern Massachusetts, Attorney Walecka plans to continue providing services for estate and care planning, asset protection, probate and trust administration, guardianships and conservatorships, wills, trusts, and MassHealth benefits.
“I am elated to take the skills and experience that I have acquired in my large volume practice and apply that to all of my clients in my independent law firm,” stated Walecka. “I feel uniquely qualified to serve families and seniors with my ability to listen and discern their needs, explain complex issues, and help them navigate the issues of aging.”
Walecka serves on the board of Bristol County Estate Planning Council and as president-elect of the Massachusetts Forum of Estate Planning Attorneys. He has been recognized for the sixth consecutive year to the Massachusetts Rising Stars list of attorneys by a Thomson Reuters rating service.
When not serving his clients, Walecka enjoys spending time with his wife and their toddler son, and dabbles in making and sampling specialty mustards.
For more information, visit WaleckaLaw.com or contact Walecka at Brandon@WaleckaLaw.com or (774) 203-9003.