Jack wears many hats in his family. As one of seven children, Jack knows the importance of family relationships and the internal bond that holds a family together through the inevitable ups and downs of life.
When Jack and his six siblings gather at their parents’ house with their spouses and children in tow, the head count reaches thirty-six at the dinner tables, not counting the often multitudes of aunts and uncles and first cousins.
Jack’s devotion to helping others inspired his career in the law. After graduating from Stonehill College in 1994, Jack enrolled in Suffolk University Law School in Boston, and received his Juris Doctor in 1998. He took his first legal position with John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co. in Boston, as a legal analyst.
From 2000 to 2003, he worked as a trial lawyer at Mitchell & DeSimone, a prominent insurance defense firm in Boston. By 2003, Jack decided to set up his own practice in Wellesley, Massachusetts, focusing on estate planning, real estate closings, and criminal defense work.
Jack is a certified elder law attorney and a past President of the Connecticut Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA). He serves on the Public Policy Committee of CT-NAELA, lobbying state government to protect the rights of the elderly.
He is an active member of both the Elder Law Section and Estates & Probate Section of the Connecticut Bar Association. Jack is also a board member of the Estate & Tax Planning Council of Eastern Connecticut (ETPCEC) and a member of the New London County Bar Association.
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