Counselors to Small Business

and Families

Welcome to Shoffner & Associates
Shoffner & Associates provides a wonderful thing for Boston. That is — excellent legal representation.

After ten years of owning and operating her own company, Freya Shoffner gave up her search for a good lawyer for her small business and her family. She went to law school with the goal of building a law firm that could take care of a small business' every legal need. She also wanted that firm to give all types of families the best representation possible.

Shoffner & Associates advises small start-up businesses in business planning, entity selection, and other formation issues. They help their established business clients with business litigation, tax, trademark and copyright advice, and they provide outstanding support in succession planning, estate planning, business transfers and sales, and dissolution.

Now, more than ever, your company and your family need the help of experienced lawyers who know how to get the job done the right way — the first time.

Don't wait. Call us.

(617) 369-0111
how we can help

Starting Your Business

Is starting your own business right for
you? Are you ready?

Business Planning Entity Selection Financing your business
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Running Your Business

inuous improvement designed to
lead to continuous profit.

Taxes Contracts Business litigation
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The Finish Line

Let's look at some steps that you and
your professionals can take.

succession planning the exit strategy buy/sell agreements
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Shoffner & Associates Contact

800 Boylston Street, Suite 1600, Boston, MA 02199-8034
210 Washington Street, Woburn MA

(617) 369-0111
(617) 369-1990

Office Hours

Monday: 10:30am - 6:00pm
Tuesday: 10:30am - 6:00pm
Wednesday: 10:30am - 6:00pm
Thursday: 10:30am - 6:00pm
Friday: 10:30am - 6:00pm

Also available by appointment.
August 21, 2019 | Freya Allen Shoffner, Esquire | Main Office

Retirement and You

What do you want to be when you retire? Retirement means so many things to so many people. Classically it has meant leaving your position or occupation and ceasing to work. Historically the age of retirement has been 65. Importantly, it is often a time in your life when you stop generating income.
August 09, 2019 | Freya Allen Shoffner, Esquire | Main Office

Supporting Caregivers

There are vast numbers of people providing care for friends, family and neighbors. There are approximately 40 million Americans who provide help to keep elderly or disabled individuals at home or with family instead of in a specialized facility. Family caregivers are both men and women and are across all ages. Over half of these caregivers are also working full or part time jobs. Almost half report feeling stressed and burned out. Many caregivers also report poor financial and physical health. Managing work and family in addition to caring for a loved one is a big load.
August 07, 2019 | Freya Allen Shoffner, Esquire

Should your Parent Drive?

Driving an automobile can give people independence. Giving up that independence can be a very tough thing to do. While driving can be wonderful, in the wrong hands it is very dangerous for oneself and others. Seniors typically don't realize it's time to stop driving without input or direction from others. It is for that reason it is commonly up to the adult children to decide when their parents should stop driving and rely on other transportation. There are several things to watch for when deciding whether someone should still be driving.