An assiduous reader who values careful attention to language, Joe Cabrera applies his deep research skills and love of words to informed and effective estate planning solutions. He loves diving into texts, reading closely, and finding creative ways to preserve family assets and equitably allocate resources for current and future generations.
As the firm’s Office Manager, Andrea Landry collaborates with the firm’s managing partner on the daily operation of virtually all aspects of the firm. Trained as a paralegal, she oversees the firm’s financial, human resources, marketing and business initiatives, supporting all efforts to deliver the best possible legal service for clients.
With a career spanning 40 years, Attorney Francis J. Russell utilizes his strong background in tax and business law to counsel individuals and businesses across complex financial transactions. Fran’s advice is sought to resolve sophisticated legal problems ranging from complicated divorces to business succession planning.
Stephen M. Roche is a real estate and business attorney handling a wide variety of legal issues for companies and individuals. Stephen’s experience includes matters related to residential and commercial real estate transactions, the effective operation of small businesses, regulation and corporate governance.
Attorney Ann K. Molloy advises individuals, families and fiduciaries on estate planning, asset preservation, and inter-generational wealth transfer. Ann’s practice also includes business succession planning; income, gift, and estate tax planning as well as charitable giving.
Attorney Dale R. Harger represents banks and borrowers in commercial finance transactions; buyers and sellers of commercial real estate; lessors and lessees in commercial lease negotiations; buyers and sellers in the purchase and sale of businesses; and business owners and organizations in general corporate matters.
Attorney Patricia Finnegan Gates is an experienced adviser and formidable client advocate who provides valued legal counsel to clients on diverse real estate matters. Patty counsels individuals and businesses across all aspects of real estate law, zoning and permitting, litigation, foreclosure and commercial transactions.
Attorney Robin A. DeAugustinis counsels both lenders and borrowers in commercial financial transactions and commercial real estate matters, as well as other corporate matters. Robin’s extensive experience includes real estate financing, asset-based financing, construction financing, acquisitions, participations, intercreditor transactions, letters of credit and U.S Small Business Administration loans.
Attorney Mark W. Bloom advises small business owners on a broad range of critical legal matters. Mark’s experience includes the selection and formation of business entities; structuring, negotiating and documenting business and commercial transactions; and advising on personnel policies and practices.