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Erin Nobles  //  Attorney

Hello, I’m Erin Nobles, your Personal Family Lawyer® on the North Shore of Massachusetts.

My goal is to be a trusted advisor who helps you make the very best personal, financial, and legal decisions for your family throughout your lifetime. I want to help you not just now, but also when you can’t be there, so that I can help your loved ones through a difficult process.

At Nobles Law, PLLC, our sole focus is to help families like yours avoid collapse after a loved one dies or becomes disabled.

Our clients are individuals, single-parent families, families who are currently expecting or adopting, families with minor and young adult children, non-traditional families, families planning with special medical needs in mind, and blended families. All are unique. All deserve protection. 

A little about me:

I’m proud to be a graduate of the University of South Florida with a B.A. in psychology. Before law school, I worked at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Boston Children’s Hospital. I graduated with honors from Suffolk University Law School and was a 2004 Rappaport Fellowship Recipient.

After law school, I worked as a plaintiff’s lawyer at Lubin & Meyer, P.C. and later as an Assistant Attorney General in the Florida Office of the Attorney General, where I prosecuted Medicaid fraud. When my youngest child was born with a serious medical condition, I realized that estate planning was an area of law where I can counsel families on how to best protect themselves when the future is unsure. This requires a blend of compassion and highly technical legal skill that I work hard to bring to every client.

I’m a member of the Boston Bar Association, the Women’s Bar Association of Massachusetts, and the National Association of Elder Law Attorneys. I am licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and Florida. In my downtime I love mindfulness meditation, exploring the North Shore and New England with my family, and  cheering on the United States Coast Guard Academy sports teams. (Go Bears!)

As your Personal Family Lawyer, I’d love to start protecting the people you love and everything else you care about today. I look forward to meeting you!

Brandi-Lynn Hazlewood  //  Client Services Director at Nobles Law

Hi, I’m Brandi-Lynn Hazlewood. I’m a proud parent and member of the Melrose community, living in the Greater Boston Area for more than seven years. Originally from upstate New York (go Orange!), I studied speech communications at SUNY Potsdam. While there, I was very active in volunteering in the community, serving as chairperson, publicity director, and recruiter for several campus organizations. Those experiences helped me after college when I worked in corporate banking as a trainer across many departments.

As the Client Services Director at Nobles Law, I’m dedicated to helping you navigate the ins and outs of estate planning. I work closely with Erin to make sure your estate planning stays on track and all of your questions and concerns are addressed. Making sure you’re confident that your estate plan fits you and your family’s needs is my top priority.

I look forward to working together!

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