Sowerby & Moustakis Law > Articles by: Peter Moustakis

Estate Planning for New Parents

When parents have their first child they are overcome with joy, and in some sense, a deep worry as to the well being of the child if anything were to happen to them. Understanding this concern, we have developed a process to help new parents achieve peace of mind that if anything where to happen […]

COVID-19: Our Commitment To Keeping You (and us) Safe

The world as we know it is not canceled. It is just evolving. During this time of uncertainty (and relative panic), we are still open for business, but it is not business as usual. We are taking measures to ensure that the safety of our staff and clients are at the forefront of our daily […]

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Sowerby & Moustakis Law, PLLC – In the News

As many know, we had some exciting changes at the turn of the decade, and most notably is the law firm’s change of name from Sowerby Law Office, PLLC to Sowerby & Moustakis Law, PLLC. In fact, the Union Leader, The Patch, The Telegraph and the Dedham Times all had articles discussing how Dwight Sowerby […]

How Important is Your Privacy??

A little-known fact is that a Will becomes public record when someone dies and its filed with the court. Anyone can look it up. Seriously. Try it. You can go and pull up Babe Ruth’s Will if you know where to look. Perhaps this is how after his death there was a rise of fake […]

When is the reading of the Will?

Never. The reading of the Will is a Hollywood fiction and a dramatic plot twist in many novels. However, today there is no gathering of the family in the lawyer’s oak filled and dusty library to discuss the final wishes of the family’s loved one. There is no morbid meeting of the decedent speaking to […]

Estate Planning can be Easy

Really? “It wasn’t nearly as bad as I thought it was going to be!” That is a common phrase I hear from clients after they sign their Will who were initially apprehensive about meeting with me. It is very common for people to be scared about thinking of death or planning for it. In fact, […]