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Collin A. Weiss


Collin concentrates his practice in estate planning while also practicing in the special needs and Medicaid areas. He has advised clients on how to most effectively reduce any potential Massachusetts or Rhode Island estate tax liability. In addition, Collin has assisted both families with disabled children and disabled adults individually in ensuring the disabled individual’s continued eligibility for essential benefits and services while also addressing any other estate planning goals.

Additionally, Collin’s practice includes both administering trusts and estates and advising fiduciaries with respect to such fiduciary’s duties and obligations. As part and parcel of that practice, Collin assists clients in the preparation and filing of estate and gift tax returns. Collin also practices before all probate courts located within Massachusetts and Rhode Island which practice includes matters in which a guardianship or conservatorship may be necessary.


Work Experience

  • Hinckley Allen
    • Associate (2020-Present)
  • Fletcher Tilton P.C.
    • Associate (2018-2020)
  • Hague, Sahady & Co., P.C.
    • Staff Attorney (2016-2018)
  • Mignanelli & Associates, Ltd.
    • Associate (2015)
  • The Law Offices of Michael A. Kelly
    • Law Clerk (2013)

Bar Memberships

  • Massachusetts
  • Rhode Island
  • United States Tax Court

News & Insight


To Gift or Not to Gift: Year-End Gifting Considerations in Light of Biden’s Proposed Tax Plan

December 8, 2020

As it becomes increasingly certain that President-Elect Joseph R. Biden, Jr. will take office in January, 2021, almost everyone is interested in President-Elect Biden's tax proposals. While many know that part of his proposal is an increase in federal inco…