LOVEJOY LAW FIRM focuses on helping people plan for long-term care and preserve assets to pass on to their families. Attorney Beth Lovejoy works with elders and their spouses and children to anticipate incapacity, document end-of-life wishes, secure resources for long-term care, design and implement estate plans. For young families, she quides parents in the selection of guardians, and the structuring of trusts for the lifelong support of their children. She also administers estates in the probate courts. Lovejoy practices elder law and estate planning in both Connecticut and Massachusetts and holds a Master of Laws degree in Estate Planning and Elder Law. 

Attorney Lovejoy is an adjunct professor at Western New England University School of Law, where she teaches a course in Elder Law.  She is a co-author of the book "Best Practices for Long-Term Planning and Nursing Home Protection." She regularly writes and speaks on topics relating to estate planning, asset protection, elder law and long-term care planning. She is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys as well as its Connecticut and Massachusetts chapters, and she also belongs to the Elder Law and Estates and Probate sections of the Connecticut Bar Association and the Hampden County (Massachusetts) Estate Planning Council.

Attorney Lovejoy earned her LL.M. from the Western New England University School of Law in 2007, her J.D. from the University of Maine School of Law in 1986, and her BA from Middlebury College in 1983.