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Ligris + Associates’ Greg Racki Awarded “Go To” Trusts & Estates Lawyer by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

Boston, MA, December 8, 2021 – Ligris + Associates PC, a Boston boutique law firm focused on commercial and residential real estate transactions, announces that Director of Estate Planning Greg Racki has received a Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly “Go To” Trusts & Estates Attorney Award. This award recognizes the top lawyers across the Commonwealth who have a record of success and to whom other lawyers make referrals for their expertise and accomplishments. Racki and fellow honorees are featured in a special section published on December 8, 2021.

With over fifteen years of experience, Racki’s practice is dedicated exclusively to estate planning, probate, and trust management, for individuals and families. He assists with all levels of planning from simple wills to complex multi-generational trust strategies.

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly’s Go-To Lawyers feature showcases leaders in the Massachusetts legal community by practice area. The attorneys featured on the Trusts & Estates list were nominated by their colleagues and were chosen by a panel from Lawyers Weekly.

About Ligris + Associates PC

Ligris + Associates PC is a Boston boutique law firm focused on commercial and residential real estate transactions, including title and settlement services, leasing and condominium law. The firm also offers a range of complementary legal services focused on business law, trusts & estates and tax services. With a team-oriented approach, attorneys, support staff and paralegals work together seamlessly to provide outstanding client service. In 2018, Ligris was named to Inc.’s Fast 5000 list as one of the fastest growing innovators in the U.S.

About Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

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