Prior to realizing his calling to a legal career, George led a successful sales and business career for over ten years. While attending law school, George was a special paralegal for the Massachusetts Department of Correction, a law clerk for the Haymond Law Firm in Hartford, CT, and a law clerk for Bacon/Wilson, P.C in Springfield, MA. He also became a member of the Western New England Law Review, authored an Article published by the University of California Business Law Journal, and earned his Juris Doctorate with honors. After passing his first bar, George was an Associate with Hendel & Collins, P.C., a Massachusetts firm with a focus on bankruptcy/insolvency, before starting his own practice with a focus on bankruptcy, debt collection abuse, foreclosure defense, identity theft remedies, and litigation.
Western New England College School of Law, Springfield, MA
|Awards & Achievements||
Western New England Law Review
Statutory Interpretation of Bankruptcy Code § 1322(C)(1): Arguing for a Bright-Line Approach to the Debtor’s Statutory Right to Cure a Residential Mortgage Default,
|Bar & Court Admissions||
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
|Professional Associations & Memberships||
American Bankruptcy Institute
|Personal||Married, father of four young children, and resident of Springfield, Massachusetts.|
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