Trusts & Wills

A trust is an incredibly powerful tool to provide for your loved ones and protect your hard-earned wealth.
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Probate & Estates

The probate process can be scary, confusing, and risky to navigate on your own, especially if there are unhappy heirs or creditors. We can help.
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The cost of nursing home care is the biggest threat to middle-class estates. You can preserve your legacy for your spouse and children, but you must plan ahead.
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Business Entities & Agreements

Owners, you know that your business is the best vehicle for building wealth. Not having a succession plan in place is the best way to squander that wealth.
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Please, call me Donald.

I am the owner of Estate Preservation & Planning Law Office, and I help individuals, families, and business owners in Massachusetts and New Hampshire avoid unnecessary taxes, legal entanglements, and asset loss while preserving the security and freedom you have worked so hard to achieve.

Upcoming Seminars

  • Tuesday | January 30, 2018 @ 8:00 - 9:30am | Black Forest Cafe | 212 Route 101 | Amherst, NH

Anatomy of an Estate Plan - Breakfast Seminar for Professionals

Attorney Sienkiewicz will present a case study of a married-couple, MA household, one W-2 spouse, one self employed, with NH source income and two children.

Revocable credit shelter trusts, pourover wills, and financial and healthcare powers of attorney, as well as the three processes that make our planning practice significantly different from that or other attorneys will all be illustrated.


  • Tuesday | February 13, 2018 @ 6:30 pm | Community House | 5 Union St. | Milford, NH

Why Most Trusts Fail - and How to Make Yours Succeed

This seminar seminar will cover:

  • Why most living trusts do not work
  • What is trust funding and why is it essential
  • How to reduce professional fees in the overall cost of a trust-based plan
  • How to utilize trusts to protect your loved ones' inheritance against creditors and divorces.
  • What are the benefits of a formal estate plan maintenance program?