George is one of Boston’s most accomplished trial lawyers whose practice concentrates in the areas of family law, probate litigation, and land use/zoning law.
George’s litigation skills were recognized when he was invited to be a Fellow in the American College of Trial Lawyers in the early 1980s, an honor accorded to less than one-half of 1% of the trial lawyers nationwide. His unparalleled experience in the family law area is solving the complex financial issues that emerge in the context of divorce litigation. In the area of probate litigation, George is highly specialized, understanding all the responsibilities and duties of fiduciaries, the rights of beneficiaries, and the multi-faceted aspects of guardianships and conservatorships. Zoning and land development issues are emphasized in his civil litigation practice.
George’s probate litigation practice includes resolving disputes involving wills, trusts, estates, and guardianships. While will contests and trust controversies are common, the firm also represents persons regarding misuse of powers of attorney, etc. Representation includes individual fiduciaries, personal representatives, trustees, executors, as well as beneficiaries, creditors, and surviving spouses in dealing with the proper administration and distribution of estates, trusts, assets, and entities.
As a recognized authority on domestic relations and family law issues, George has earned a reputation as a strong and thoughtful advocate for his clients – providing reasoned settlement resolution of matters but when settlement efforts fail, he does not hesitate to assert his trial skills in the courtroom. He is well equipped to bring matters before judges and has earned, over the years, the respect of judges and other lawyers for his advocacy skills in the courtroom. He brings tenacity and strategy to divorce, alimony, custody, child support, paternity claims, and more.