Keith Bradoc "Brad" Gallant advises families in all aspects of trust administration and estate planning, including disabilities planning and special needs trusts. He guides clients through often complicated and sensitive personal situations, such as medical and end-of-life decision-making, long-term care issues, conservatorships, commitments and guardianships. He advises on surrogacy and assisted reproduction matters. Brad has extensive experience in litigating a wide range of matters in probate and appellate courts, including exercises of powers of appointment, trustee removal proceedings, lost wills, paternity disputes, will and trust constructions, charitable trust deviations, contested conservatorships, accountings and undue influence cases. He also serves as an expert witness in both probate courts and civil and family trial courts.