Amy M. MacAlpine

amy macalpine

Amy leads Hummingbird Lawyers Wills & Estates practice, bringing more than 20 years of experience in Wills and Estates to Hummingbird Lawyers.

A Boston native, Amy has worked with a wide range of families regarding difficult pre and post-death matters. Amy has experience in preparing estate plans for both simple and complex high net worth families, family-owned businesses, and special-needs family members. Amy has the compassion and understanding to minimize family upset, facilitate your wishes, and protect family assets.

Amy’s Estates practice includes Wills, Trusts,  Power of Attorney For Personal CarePower of Attorney For Property, Estate Administration, and Estate Litigation. Her litigation practice focuses on will challenges, passing of accounts, and fighting for common-law spouse entitlements.  Amy also provides legal support to family law and civil litigation matters, with respect to constructive trust claims and dependant support claims.

Education

New York Law School, (J.D. 1999)
Boston College (B.S. Business Management 1995)

Bar Admissions

Province of Ontario (2013)
State of Massachusetts, USA (2000)

Professional Associations

Member, Law Society of Ontario
Member, Ontario Bar Association
Member, Elder Law Section OBA
Member, Massachusetts Bar Association
CPD Liaison, OBA Elder Law Executive Committee

Practice Areas

Wills and Estates
Estate Litigation

Contact

Email: amy@hummingbirdlaw.com
Phone: 905.731.1911 x217

Recent Publications


News / Quotes

Deceased mom’s estate causes tax nightmare
Digital assets often overlooked in estate planning
5 things your funeral director isn’t telling you (by Julie Cazzin)


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