We have long experience administering estates and trusts and representing executors, administrators and trustees as well as beneficiaries concerned about their rights.
Your needs are unique and we focus on your individual goals. We make sure we understand what you want, explain the law and your options, and offer you advice based on what we have seen over many years of working with other families.
New clients are welcome whether their estates are large or small. There is no charge for the first meeting.
Tyler & Reynolds Professional Corporation is the successor to the practice of Charles Hitchcock Tyler, founded in 1889.
Charles Tyler brought into his practice a number of distinguished attorneys, including Owen D. Young, later a president of General Electric, who practiced with Mr. Tyler from 1907 to 1913. Thomas M. Reynolds started as an office boy in the Tyler office in 1906. After graduating from law School in 1915 he joined the practice as an attorney. He went on to become senior partner of the firm in 1939.
Mr. Tyler founded his practice in the old Sears building at the site where One Boston Place now stands. When Boston's first skyscraper, the 13 story Ames building, was built on Court Street, he moved to that building. Tyler & Reynolds remained there for the next 70 years.
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