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Jennifer L. Laucirica



Jennifer L. Laucirica’s practice focuses on all aspects of trusts, estates, probate law, and fiduciary litigation. Jennifer has twenty-four years of experience as an attorney in various trust and estates practice areas, including will contests, undue influence, breach of fiduciary duty, guardianships and conservatorships, probate law, real estate, estate and gift tax, trust and estate administration, and estate planning. Her multi-disciplinary perspective enables her to recognize and solve the legal issues that transcend these areas of expertise. She has served in a variety of roles throughout her legal career, including in the public sector, private practice, family office counsel, and the banking and trust office industry.

Jennifer also has significant experience navigating probate matters in court. She has a unique legislative background in testifying in support of the enactment of the Massachusetts Uniform Probate Code and serving on the MUPC Implementation Committee. She has also served as Chair and Vice Chair of the MBA Probate Section Council.

A creative and strategic advocate, Jennifer listens closely to every client’s story and dissects facts from various perspectives to identify a diverse and unapparent range of legal claims and defenses. She prioritizes establishing trust and open communication so her clients can express their hopes and concerns. Understanding how difficult these matters can be for her clients, Jennifer strives to alleviate the emotional aspects of litigation, redirecting client goals and concerns into empowerment and positive action.

Recognition and Awards

  • Boy Scouts of America Mayflower Council Sparkplug Leader Award (2019)
  • Selected, Massachusetts Superlawyers Rising Star, 2010
  • Appointed as Chair of the MBA Probate Section Council, 2013-2015
  • Voting Member of the MBA House of Delegates , 2013-2015
  • Appointed as Vice Chair of the MBA Probate Section Council, 2011-2013
  • Elected as a member of the Boston Probate and Estate Planning Forum, 2024-2025
  • Appointed as a member of the Massachusetts Uniform Probate Code Implementation Committee, 2010-2011

Professional and Community Involvement

  • Boy Scouts of America Pack and Troop leader
  • Boy Scouts of America Merit Badge Counselor
  • Member, Boston Bar Association
  • Member, Massachusetts Bar Association
  • MBA Civil Litigation Council, 2018-2019
  • MBA Probate Section Council Member, 2006-2015
  • Boston Probate and Estate Planning Forum 2011-2012
  • Boston Probate and Estate Planning Forum 2024-2025

Publications and Speaking Engagements

  • Speaker and Author, “Probate Procedures of the Division of Public Charities, Office of the Attorney General,” Massachusetts Bar Association
  • Co-author, “Probate Implications of Divorce,” MCLE (April 2012)
  • Speaker and Co-Chair, “Probate Implications of Divorce,” MCLE (April 2012)
  • Speaker and Co-Chair, “Trust Administration CLE Program,” Massachusetts Bar Association Probate Section Council (2011)
  • Speaker and Chair, The MUPC, Boston Bar Association (2011)
  • Speaker and Chair, MUPC Demystified Series I Informal Probate, MBA (2011)
  • Speaker, The New Massachusetts Uniform Probate Code, MCLE (2011)
  • • Regular guest speaker for the nationally syndicated Radio Show, Money Matters with Barry Armstrong (2002-2008)
  • Speaker and Chair, Estate Planning Techniques to Avoid or Survive Probate Litigation (2008)
  • Speaker and Chair, Decoupling the Massachusetts Estate tax (2007)
  • Speaking engagement in support of the passage, MUPC (2005)
  • Co-authored various chapters within the 2004 publication, MCLE Preparing Estate Tax returns