Kevin W. Gaughen, Jr. joined the firm in August of 2009 from the Norfolk County... more
Kevin W. Gaughen, Jr. joined the firm in August of 2009 from the Norfolk County District Attorneys office. Gaughen served as an Assistant District Attorney in the Wrentham, Quincy, Stoughton and Dedham District Courts and as the Assistant District Attorney in charge of the Brookline District and Juvenile Courts. Attorney Gaughen is known for his zealous trial advocacy. In a recent appeals court... view profile
My office is situated conveniently near the Braintree split but I am frequently at... more
My office is situated conveniently near the Braintree split but I am frequently at my client establishments located from Cape Cod to the Berkshires. I strive to obtain results that exceed client expectations in a cost-effective manner.
Robert Drew Lane joined the firm in 1993 immediately after serving as an Assistant... more
Robert Drew Lane joined the firm in 1993 immediately after serving as an Assistant District Attorney for the Norfolk County District Attorneys Office. Attorney Lane prosecuted cases for the Norfolk County District Attorneys Office in both the Quincy and Stoughton Massachusetts District Courts. Attorney Lane graduated from St. Anselm College, Manchester, New Hampshire in 1989, where he was award... view profile
Attorney Flynn's practice is devoted to elder law, estate planning and special needs... more
Attorney Flynn's practice is devoted to elder law, estate planning and special needs planning. She works with elders and their families in areas of long-term care planning and asset preservation, MassHealth applications and appeals, guardianships and conservatorships, special needs planning and trusts, estate planning, probate administration, and public benefits advocacy. Part of her practice i... view profile
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