Ashley Dotchin // Attorney
Hello! I’m Ashley Dotchin, your neighborhood Personal Family Lawyer®.
My goal is to be your trusted advisor who helps you make the very best personal, financial, and legal decisions for your family throughout your lifetime. I want to help you not just now, but also when you can’t be there so that I can help guide your loved ones through a difficult process.
In short, my sole focus is to help families avoid collapse after the death or disability of a loved one.
I want you to know you’ve made a big step toward peace of mind simply by reading this.
We have many resources for you so you can ensure your family and loved ones stay out of court and out of conflict, if and when something happens to you. I'd love to share some of these resources with you going forward.
Browse around, see what we have, and feel free to request any of the resources we have for you, complimentary.
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!
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Dotchin Law LLC
100 Main St, Suite 110-5
Concord, MA 01742
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