For over half of my career I have worked on my own, working with clients across a broad range of disciplines and circumstances. I help clients start their businesses and help them become successful, and have worked with others to sell what they have built when the time is right. I have worked with families and individuals to get proper estate planning in place for the benefit of their children and other family members, regardless of age.

And drawing upon my general interest in finding ways to make the world a better place, I have worked with, and served on the boards of, a wide variety of nonprofit organizations to make sure they can set and achieve their charitable goals.

I have been practicing law for over thirty years, starting in Stamford, Connecticut, then here in Massachusetts. I received my undergraduate degree in Economics at Princeton University, earned my Juris Doctor at the University of Michigan, and obtained a LL.M in Taxation Law from Boston University.

This professional background is, though, just a part of my story. Beyond the practice of law, I have always enjoyed singing and performing on stage. I am one of the founders of the local a cappella group Crooked Mowth (check us out on Bandcamp). I am also a member of the Waltham-based theater group In Good Company, and have performed on six occasions in the Christmas Revels in Cambridge. I believe it is important to find a balance between one’s work and one’s outside creativity, and I believe that they support and enhance each other.