Running for Hillsborough County Probate seat
July 10. 2016 7:50PM
To the Editor: I am a 61-year old lawyer, specializing in guardianship and fiduciary law. I had also conducted many successful consumer bankruptcy cases. I enjoy helping people solve their problems. I would like to do that in this office.
I worked my way through Manhattan College. Later, while working full time, I earned a law degree from Fordham Law School’s evening division and was admitted to the New York bar in 1990. Until my retirement in 2010, I spent most of my career in New York City government.
I’ve practiced law in the public and private sectors. I have appeared in state and federal courts and before municipal administrative tribunals. I have also served by judicial appointment as a court examiner, reviewing guardians’ accounts to help ensure that incapacitated persons are not subject to financial exploitation.
Over the last 20 years, I’ve published numerous articles, columns, essays, and reviews in newspapers such as The Daily Beast, New York Press, The New York Sun, and New York Newsday and magazines such as Cabinet, Last Exit, The New York Chronicle, and Smashpipe.
Each New Hampshire county has a Register of Probate. He or she is responsible for coordinating with the administrative judge of the circuit court the preservation of any closed files having the potential for historical significance.
I look forward to serving the people of Hillsborough County in this office.