Hello, I’m Erin Nobles, your Personal Family Lawyer on the North Shore of Massachusetts.® I've been a mom almost as long as I've been a lawyer, so I know what it's like to balance work, parenthood, and complicated family dynamics.
At Nobles Law, our clients are individuals, single-parent families, families who are currently expecting or adopting, families with minor and young adult children, non-traditional families, families planning with special medical needs in mind, and blended families. All are unique. All deserve protection.
I’m proud to be a graduate of the University of South Florida with a B.A. in psychology. Before law school, I worked at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Boston Children’s Hospital. I graduated with honors from Suffolk University Law School and was a 2004 Rappaport Fellowship Recipient.
When my youngest child was born with a rare and serious medical condition, I decided to pivot from litigation towards estate planning because I wanted to be able to help counsel parents on how to best protect the ones they love when the future is unsure. This requires a blend of compassion and highly technical legal skill that I work hard to bring to every client.
I’m a member of the Boston Bar Association, the Women’s Bar Association of Massachusetts, and the National Association of Elder Law Attorneys. I am licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and Florida. In my downtime I love mindfulness meditation, exploring New England with my partner and kids, and cheering on the United States Coast Guard Academy sports teams. (Go Bears!)
As your Personal Family Lawyer, I’d love to start protecting the people you love and everything else you care about today. I look forward to meeting you!
At Nobles Law, we help clients ensure that their children and the people they care about the most are protected no matter what. We provide tailored and experienced legal counsel to help you understand and make the best choices when creating your Estate Plan.
You may wonder whether you can or should write or revise your estate plan during your divorce. The answer is that what you can do may be limited, but at a minimum, you MUST protect yourself by removing your soon-to-be-ex-spouse from positions of trust and authority over your medical care and finances.
Because the divorce process can create special challenges for estate planning, it's important to work with a lawyer who understands the nexus. Contact us today to set up a consultation...and mention you heard about us through Divorce Squad and your consultation is FREE.
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