Rich specializes in estate planning strategies with a particular emphasis on asset protection. We call this estate management.
“Our clients are concerned with preserving their hard-earned assets,” notes Rubino. “Keeping pace with inflation and having sufficient income in retirement are of utmost importance. Whether a person’s estate is $100,000 or $4,000,000, there are solutions and options.” The legal strategies Rich recommends are designed to avoid probate, eliminate and/or reduce estate taxes and protect both money and real estate if someone goes into a nursing home. By combining both legal and financial strategies, his expertise is protection of assets for clients and their families.
Today, estate planning means estate management.
Rich is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and the Boston Estate Planning Council. Most recently, he was named a recipient of the prestigious Five Star Wealth Management award as seen in the February 2010 issue of Boston Magazine. Rich has published numerous articles in a variety of magazines and newspapers. His work has been featured on MSNBC, the Boston Globe, Daily News Tribune and many more. He is a regular contributor to Businessweek.com. Rich and his partner, Sam Liang, are co-authors of two books, No Blood, No Money and Just Don’t Lose the Money. Along with Sam, Rich co-hosts Protecting Your Wealth, a weekly radio show heard throughout eastern Massachusetts every Sunday morning on WRKO 680AM from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM and every Sunday evening on WBZ 1030AM from 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM.
For information on law services provided by Richard Rubino and Protecting Your Wealth Law PC visit www.pywl.com.