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Myron J. FoxMyron J. Fox

Myron graduated from Boston College Law School in 1969. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree with honors from the University of Vermont and is a graduate of Brookline High School. Myron primarily practices law in the following areas:

Real Estate: Represents buyers, sellers, lenders, developers and condominium associations in residential and commercial transactions.
Land Use: Represents an array of residential and commercial clients before municipal authorities such as selectmen, planning boards, zoning boards of appeals, conservation commissions, design review boards, preservation/historic commissions and liquor licensing boards.
Business: Represents companies from start up sole proprietorships to $50,000,000 corporations, including the formation of partnerships, corporations and limited liability companies, drafting of buy-sell and cross purchase agreements as well as shareholder agreements and effectuating buy-outs and acquisitions.
Estate Planning/
Prepares powers of attorney, health care proxies, wills, family trusts, credit shelter trusts, insurance trusts as well as other more sophisticated estate planning instruments for clients with a net worth of $100,000 to $20,000,000. Serves as executor and trustee as well as effectuating the administration of estates and trusts of all sizes.

In addition to his full time practice with Rollins, Rollins and Fox since 1970, Myron has been the Moderator of Sudbury since 2004 and has previously served as chair of the Sudbury Housing Authority, Zoning Board of Appeals, and Board of Selectmen in that community since 1969. He is also a Director at the People Federal Savings Bank, a position he has held since 1975, including its predecessor. Myron was also a trustee of the Hillside School in Marlborough, MA from 1994-1997.


Joshua M. FoxJoshua M. Fox

Joshua is a 1997 magna cum laude graduate of University of Miami School of Law and served as a law review editor there. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Tulane University. Joshua is admitted to practice in Massachusetts and has focused his practice in the areas of real estate and land use, estate planning and administration and business law, representing developers, individuals and business entities in a wide array of matters including those set forth below:

Real Estate: Representing buyers, sellers, developers and lenders in residential and commercial real estate transactions, preparing condominium documents, commercial and residential leases and construction contracts. Representing condominium associations.
Estate Planning and Administration: Preparing wills, family trusts, credit shelter trusts, irrevocable life insurance trusts, heath care proxies and other estate planning instruments. Estate administration across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Preparing U.S. and Massachusetts estate tax returns. Frequently serves as Personal Representative of clients’ estates, and as Trustee of clients’ trusts.
Transactional: Drafting employment contracts and termination and settlement agreements, construction contracts, consulting agreements, sales representative and distributorship agreements, web development agreements and intellectual property licensing agreements.
Corporate: Preparing organizational documents for corporations, joint ventures, limited liability companies and partnerships. Drafting asset purchase agreements, stock purchase agreements, cross-purchase agreements and buy-sell agreements.
Land Use:

Representing clients before municipal agencies including zoning and planning boards, conservation commissions, preservation commissions, historic district commissions, boards of selectmen, and alcohol licensing boards.

In addition to his full time practice with Rollins, Rollins & Fox since 1997, Mr. Fox serves on the Sudbury Board of Assessors and is a licensed real estate broker. In the past, he has been an adjunct faculty member of the Bentley College Law Department. Mr. Fox is a member of the Massachusetts Real Estate Bar Association, Massachusetts Bar Association and Social Law Library. Joshua lives in Sudbury and enjoys spending time with his wife, two children and extended family.


Arnold Glick

Arnie Glick, with over twenty years of experience, practices primarily in the areas of estate planning, estate administration, and probate law as described below. Arnie received his J.D. degree from Georgetown University Law Center, and he is a cum laude graduate of Brandeis University. He is admitted to practice in Massachusetts and Florida. He has been with Rollins, Rollins & Fox since 1987.

Estate Planning: Preparation of wills and trusts, with a careful analysis of the specific needs and concerns of the client. Preparation of revocable trusts to take advantage of each spouse's estate tax exemption and thereby minimize estate taxes. Preparation of family trusts to carry out the grantors' wishes and priorities concerning the passing of their wealth to their children and grandchildren. Preparation of irrevocable life insurance trusts, irrevocable gift-giving trusts, real estate trusts, and nominee trusts. Preparation of durable powers of attorney and health care proxies.
Estate and Trust
Representation of Executors of estates and Trustees of trusts.
Assisting the Executor in his or her fiduciary responsibilities, including the identifying and gathering of the estate's assets and the payment of the estate's debts and other obligations. Preparation of U.S. and Massachusetts estate tax returns. Obtaining the release of the Massachusetts estate tax lien on the decedent's real estate. Representation of the Executor or Trustee in the sale of the decedent's real estate.
Probate: Representation of client at the Probate Court to obtain the Probate Court's allowance of the decedent's will and the appointment of the client as Executor. Assisting the Executor with his or her estate administration duties. Preparation of the estate's Inventory and Final Account, and making the required filings at the Probate Court.

As an avocation, Arnie is a cartoonist. He is the creator of a law cartoon called 'Jest Is For All', which combines his creative abilities and his legal background. Jest Is For All is a regular feature in several state bar association publications, and the cartoons have also appeared in a variety of national legal publications including The National Law Journal and the American Bar Association Business Law Today. In addition, Arnie's cartoons have been used as illustrations by several high school and college textbook publishers, and Hallmark Cards has licensed them to create greeting cards.