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David H. Abbott

ROBERT S. GULICK
Tel: 617-248-9450
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Estate and Tax Planning, Trust and Estate Management

ROBERT S. GULICK specializes in estate and personal tax planning, trust and estate management, residential real estate and other personal and closely held business matters.  Mr. Gulick is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law School.  He served for three years as a Marine Corps officer, and was an honors graduate of the Naval Justice School.  He has practiced in Boston since graduating from Law School.  He started as an associate at Nutter, McClennen & Fish for eight years before joining a small firm, which later became Wyman and Gulick.  After 14 years, that firm merged into Hutchins & Wheeler (later Hutchins, Wheeler & Dittmar).  He became an Associate of Simonds, Winslow, Willis & Abbott in 1993 and is Martindale-Hubbell AV Peer Review Rated.

Mr. Gulick is a founding member of the Estate Planning Committee of the Boston Bar Association.  He has participated in presentations on tax planning and has contributed to the Real Property, Probate and Trust Journal of the American Bar Association.  He is active in non-profit work.

Mr. Gulick has lived in Lexington for forty years and raised his family there.  He sings with the Newton Choral Society and for six years chaired the Music Committee at King’s Chapel in Boston. 

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