This Is What I Do
For about 15 years I have been helping people navigate through some of the worst times of their lives. And I consider myself lucky that I get to do that. I love practicing law and providing guidance to people who desperately need help. And I represent people, not companies.
My clients come to me with a problem or an issue that has arisen. Sometimes they have been arrested and charged with a criminal offense. Sometimes they may have been injured in an accident that was caused by someone else. And still others have found the love of their life and need help getting their spouse a Green Card.
My entire practice is client-centered. My complete focus is on helping my clients achieve their goals, whatever that goal is. I take a direct, one on one approach with each client. I want each of my clients to feel like they have my undivided attention whenever we are together.
This Is Who I Am
I am the luckiest man I know. I am a husband, a father, a friend and a trusted confidant. I have been happily married for more than a decade and my wife and I have 3 great kids. I am a family man. That’s who I am.
This Is Where I Went To School . . . Just In Case You’re Interested
What attorney biography would be complete without the obligatory educational background, right?
In my 15 years of practice I can count on one hand the number of clients who have asked me where I went to school, and in those cases the questions arose in the course of casual conversation.
But, for those of you who may be interested, here’s my educational background:
Catholic Memorial High School, West Roxbury, MA, Class of 1990
I love CM. It was here that I learned to think and study. I couldn’t imagine going to a better high school.
Providence College, Providence, RI, Class of 1994
Some of the happiest days of my life occurred during my 4 years at PC. I think PC is different from any other college in the sense that it is not only a school, but more like a big family. So many people who go to PC make lifelong friendships. I don’t know of any other college quite like PC.
Roger Williams University School of Law, Bristol, RI, Class of 1997
I am proud to have been part of the 2nd graduating class from Rhode Island’s only law school.
Call Me Mike
I welcome the opportunity to speak with you to determine how I can help you. Please call me, 24 hours a day, at (401) 284-7730. Yes, that number is available 24/7. However, I do ask that calls after 10:00 p.m. should be restricted to emergencies only. I do not promise that I answer every call, although I try. But I do promise that if you leave me a message I will return your call within 24 hours, and often times even quicker than that.
If you’re the shy type and don’t feel comfortable placing a call to an attorney who you’ve never met, I invite you to fill out the ‘Free Case Evaluation’ form and let me know the best way to contact you.