Where Family Comes First

Monique M. Sadarangani, J.D., LL.M. is an experienced attorney who focuses her practice on providing new and changing families in Florida and Massachusetts comprehensive approach to planning, probate, and guardianship. Monique’s legal services include family and child planning, estate planning, wealth preservation planning, business succession planning, charitable giving, and probate, trust and guardianship administration.

Monique M. Sadarangani, J.D., LL.M. provides comprehensive planning services for you and your family.  Monique fully explains your options and recommendations for planning with clarity, providing a comfort and ease throughout the process.

Monique M. Sadarangani, J.D. LL.M. is licensed in the following States:

  • Massachusetts
  • Florida
  • New York



How Biden’s New Tax Proposal Can Impact Your Estate Plans

As the new year brought in a new executive regime, there are many tax and financial implications that follow. With Biden’s tax plan, one of the key areas that Biden has addressed is eliminating the “step up in basis” for transfers of assets at death. The step up in basis allows for the transfer of one’s assets upon death to intended beneficiaries or heirs without the beneficiaries/heirs having to pay a capital gains tax upon the

By |March 25th, 2021|Tags: , |

Monique M. Sadarangani Member Spotlight at CapeSpace

Monique M. Sadarangani, PLLC was recently interview at CapeSpace (a full-service shared workspace). https://youtu.be/Z6B9ESBn5sU   "CapeSpace represents a revolution in the way people work. This is the age of the independent mobile worker. Shared Workspaces like CapeSpace offer flexibility, convenience, and economy to the modern workforce." (source: CapeSpace.com website) Find out more on CapeSpace.

By |February 3rd, 2021|Tags: , , |

Massachusetts upholds its Policy on Promoting Expeditious Probate Administration

The recent holding In re Estate of Jacqueline Ann Kendall emphasizes the State’s desire to advocate for efficient probate administration among both creditors and heirs. Sheer statutory interpretation by the Supreme Judicial Court determined that the Commonwealth’s MassHealth program will not be the exception to its ultimate time limit policy when it comes to recovering claims against an estate. This rule is firmly rooted in the recent holding of In re Estate of Kendall, which

By |January 27th, 2021|Tags: , , |

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