Marc Cusano, Esq., Attorney at Law
Marc represents individuals and families in all aspects of estate planning, elder law and probate administration. He also advises business owners in matters of corporate formation, tax planning, asset protection and succession planning. He is especially skilled in the areas of sophisticated trust planning and business.
Trust and integrity are very important factors in a family’s long-term decision making process. Marc works to build this through patient explanation of the many of the nuances involved in the estate planning process as it relates to your current and future family situation.
He has been practicing law since 2005 earning his law degree from New England School of Law in Boston, and his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Boston College.
Marc represents individuals and families in all aspects of estate planning, elder law and probate administration. He also advises business owners in matters of corporate formation, tax planning, asset protection and succession planning. Marc concentrates his practice in the areas of sophisticated trust planning involving complex estate, gift and income tax issues, as well as business planning and charitable giving.
He is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and New York. He is a member of the WealthCounsel (a national estate planning organization), National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Massachusetts Bar Association, New York State Bar Association and the Christian Legal Society. Marc also frequently speaks at client seminars providing guidance on the basics of trust-based estate planning and elder law.
He has authored articles on a variety of issues relating to estate planning. His articles have been published in Trusts and Estates Magazine and Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.
Marc resides in Norfolk, Massachusetts with his wife, Deanna, and their three children.
“I’ve known Marc for several years now. He makes estate planning easy. I have had other estate lawyers that explain the law at such length that your more confused when you are finished than when you started. I definitely recommend Marc and believe he is an honest and capable man.”
— Ron —
“I have had a pleasure of knowing Marc most his working career. He holds High standards for himself. He is disciplined, hardworking, HONEST, respectful, intelligent and a true Professional in every sense of the word. When you are around him you will sense something outstanding in the works. Marc is one that will be a Partner or will own his own law firm in the near future. Anyone who employs him is blessed!”
— Albert —
When To Consult An Elder Law Attorney
What Is A Trust?
I Have A Will. Is It Enough?
Is Now A Good Time For An Estate Plan?
Articles by MarcVIEW ALL
“My father is a CPA, and growing up, I worked in his office during high school and college and got to witness him in action with clients. Now, on the other side of things where I was doing a lot of work with him, I’d hear clients praise him on how well he did. I […]
A story that I like to tell to help explain what a trust is involves my family. I have three young girls ranging in ages from eight to two. We have a routine on Friday nights where we get together, make popcorn and watch a movie. My two year old is at the stage where […]
Our own Marc Cusano, Esq., has been honored as a “Rising Star: Super Lawyer.” The designation is bestowed by the Super Lawyers subsidiary of Thomson Reuters and recognizes just 2.5% of attorneys — the very best of the best. Super Lawyers selects attorneys using a patented process combining peer nominations, evaluations, and independent research. […]
The Supreme Court ruled that inherited individual retirement accounts aren't protected in bankruptcy. The issue now becomes how to protect these plans within a solid estate plan.
Attorneys who practice any level of estate planning are, at this very moment, standing on hallowed ground. Understanding lifetime gift limitations is an ongoing process due to new legislation.