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I want my clients to know that the law is a tool they can use to enrich their lives. My job is to help with that process, and I do my job by explaining the law to you, not talking...
21 Eliot Street
South Natick, MA 01760
Northeastern University School of Law
Suffolk University Law School
Her commitment to forging strong relationships with a variety of people and institutions led her to join Ladimer Law in 2017 as an estate planning and elder law attorney. Supporting clients by ensuring peace of mind motivates Jessica to work hard and constantly strive to deliver excellence.
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