Firm Biography

For more than two decades, Beasley & Ferber has been helping clients protect their homes and hard-earned savings. Principal attorneys Edward D. Beasley and David Ferber opened their Concord, N.H.-based practice in 1991. Now, with a combined 60 years of asset-protection and estate-planning experience, the firm continues to provide clients with the information and tools they need to prepare for the future. Along with regular free public seminars, Beasley & Ferber has published five easy-to-understand books related to end-of-life decisions: Alzheimer’s Disease: Fighting for Financial Survival; The Nursing Home Crunch; Asset Protection and Retirement in Massachusetts; Asset Protection and Retirement in New Hampshire; and, most recently, Trusts for the Average Person: The Optimum Estate Plan. Additionally, the firm received the Outstanding Business Award from the State Committee on Aging and Division of Elderly and Adult Services. The award recognized Beasley & Ferber’s “leadership and commitment to service on behalf of senior citizens in the north country of New Hampshire.”