Todd Rosenfield, Attorney at Law
With over 20 years of experience, Todd Rosenfield is a prominent business and estate planning attorney largely serving clients throughout the Metro West Boston and Worcester County communities.
As the founder and principal of The Socius Law Firm, Attorney Todd Rosenfield is dedicated to establishing close-client relationships and providing all clients with the quality, professionalism and integrity they deserve.
Rosenfield takes pride in representing small businesses throughout all aspects of their business lifecycle – including assisting formation of corporations, limited liability companies as well as partnerships of all types, and supplying ongoing business and legal advice for these entities.
The Estate Planning portion of his practice, which focuses predominately on clients concerned about asset protection, planning for incapacity, probate avoidance, transferring wealth to their children and the Massachusetts Estate Tax, began as a natural consequence to representing small business owners and their families looking for comprehensive estate planning services.
Rosenfield’s passion is helping individuals, families, and small business owners achieve peace of mind by developing and implementing creative, customized, and yet cost-effective plans.
In order to stay in-tune with the latest trends and developments in Estate Planning, Rosenfield is an active member of WealthCounsel®, a national community of top estate planning professionals committed to the highest standard of practice excellence.
Rosenfield received his B.A. from the University at Buffalo, N.Y. and his J.D. from the Massachusetts School of Law. After serving as a business and estate planning attorney at a leading law firm in Wellesley, Mass., he established his current practice in 2003 in Westborough, MA.
When not practicing law, Rosenfield devotes his time and energy to his wife, two children, dog, and fish. He enjoys basketball, golf, fishing, and cheering his kids on from the sidelines in baseball, basketball, and soccer.