With more than thirty-five years of experience, Attorney Warach concentrates her practice in the areas of estate planning, probate and estate administration, trust administration, gift tax and Generation Skipping Transfer tax planning, tax return preparation (fiduciary income tax, individual income tax, gift tax, and estate tax), special needs planning and elder law.
Attorney Warach routinely prepares wills, trusts, durable powers of attorney, health care proxies, living wills, probate and trust accounts, estate and gift tax returns, and individual and fiduciary income tax returns. She manages all aspects of the estate and trust administration process including collecting and managing estate assets, funding trusts, and distributing assets to beneficiaries. Her deep knowledge of sophisticated tax planning, extensive tax return preparation, background and strong interest in social work and family dynamics, and experience with long term care planning, along with her ability to navigate complex situations, uniquely position her to address a broad range of needs. Clients appreciate her clear and thoughtful explanations, thorough knowledge of methodology, decades of experience, and warm, empathetic, and approachable demeanor.
Prior to joining Brier, Marandett & Rossetti, Attorney Warach was associated with the Wellesley office of Wilchins Cosentino & Novins, and the Acton office of Eckel, Hoag, Morgan & O’Connor (now Eckel, Hoag & O’Connor).
In her free time, Beth enjoys traveling and international walking tours with her husband and spending time with her family including her elder son, a pathology resident at Yale New Haven Hospital and her younger son, a Yale University graduate working in the field of investment financing of “green” infrastructure projects.
• Massachusetts, 1985
• NAELA, national and Massachusetts chapters of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
• Boston University School of Law, Graduate Tax Program, LLM, 2000
Awarded the Samuel T. and Edna Gaines Scholarship for legal advocacy work on behalf of the mentally ill and developmentally disabled
• Brier, Marandett & Rossetti LLP (2022-present)
• Wilchins Cosentino & Novins, LLP (2019-2022)