Our Massachusetts Bankruptcy Attorneys


A native Cape Codder with local ties to people and businesses. A graduate of Fairleigh Dickenson University in New Jersey with a BS in engineering, MBA from Providence College and JD from University of Massachusetts School of Law in Dartmouth, MA. As a former member of the legal staff of Cape Cod Legal Services, “I have desired to assist those persons that are most in need during times of turmoil in their lives.” Active member of the NACBA; National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys.


Practicing for over 10 years on the South Shore and Cape Cod, assisting persons in the filing of bankruptcy, real estate conveyance, corporate filings, and estate planning. A graduate of the University of Massachusetts, magna cum laude and receiving a JD from Suffolk University Law School. “My focus has always been on assisting persons by providing the necessary information and guidance to help them make the big decisions in life with confidence”. Active member of the NACBA; National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys.

We are bankruptcy lawyers covering Southeast Massachusetts Counties of Plymouth, Bristol and Barnstable including Cape Cod and the islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket, including the following towns and villages: AQUINNAH, BARNSTABLE, BREWSTER, BOURNE, CHATHAM, CHILMARK, DENNIS, EASTHAM, EDGARTOWN, FALMOUTH, HARWICH, HYANNIS, MASHPEE, NANTUCKET, OAK BLUFFS, ORLEANS, PLYMOUTH, PROVINCETOWN, SANDWICH, TISBURY, TRURO, VINEYARD HAVEN, WELLFLEET, WEST TISBURY, YARMOUTH.

DISCLAIMER: The information in this website is not legal advice, nor intended to be a substitute for legal advice. You should consult a bankruptcy attorney for individual and personal advice regarding the specific circumstances and facts of your case. No attorney-client relationship has been created between you and Common Law Associates LLP and no legal advice has been rendered by your use of this site. We are a debt relief agency and assist persons in the filing of bankruptcy under the Federal Bankruptcy Code. All information in this site may be considered advertising under the rule of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts”