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Sam Allen  //  Attorney (Licensed MA)

Hello! I’m Sam Allen, founding attorney of Law Mom® and your neighborhood Personal Family Lawyer®.

I help families and business owners protect their loved ones, maintain control over their property and preserve their legacy! 

I opened Law Mom® because I know firsthand how crucial wealth and guardianship planning is for families. In 2019 after the birth of my first son, I almost lost my life. And I didn’t have a plan in place to protect him if the worst happened. Thankfully I was given a second chance, and now I’m passionate about helping families like yours provide a secure future for their children and the next generation.

In 2021, I was named a Top Trusts and Estates Attorney by Boston Magazine, and my practice made the Best of South Shore Law Firm List. And in 2022, I was named a Super Lawyers Rising Star, a distinction that only 2.5% of lawyers in Massachusetts are awarded. 

I stay active in the community as a member of Wealth Counsel, a national organization of Trusts and Estates attorneys. I’m the President of Duxbury Newcomers Club, a philanthropic organization in my town. And I’m a proud member of the Women’s Business League, Boston Business Women, and Pillars of Profitability.

When I’m not with my clients, I’m renovating homes with my husband, raising awareness for childhood Type 1 Diabetes, and going on adventures with my two sons and their Lolli and Pops (also known as my parents!)

Amanda Wright  //  Associate (Licensed MA and NY) 

Hello! I am Amanda Wright, an Associate with Law Mom. I am currently licensed to practice law in New York and Massachusetts.

As a multi-vocational professional, I served professionally in the areas of higher education law and compliance, guardianship, adoption/foster care, disability and accessibility law, medical malpractice, and Chapter 9 Bankruptcy. After my father was diagnosed with lymphoma and my grandmother passed away after living for ten years with dementia, I witnessed how stressful the estate planning, Medicaid planning, and the probate process can be for families. I discovered that the old way of planning for death and incapacity, especially planning for long-term care, was failing families. 

I wanted better results for families like mine and decided to shift my legal focus entirely to serving people and families to help them protect their assets, and the people that they love. I am thrilled to be part of the Law Mom team because they use the best and most updated systems to help people and families prepare for transitions, emergencies, mature-care planning, and potential incapacity. 

I pride myself in being a lifelong learner so that I can serve our community to the best of my ability. I graduated Summa Cum Laude from Michigan State University College of Law and earned my Master’s of Social Work from Boston College. I am a member of the Elder Counsel, and New York State Bar Association Elder Law & Special Needs Section and Trust & Estate Law Section. 

I look forward to meeting you and learning how I can support your goals!

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