Attorney Profiles

Robert R. Carey

Massachusetts (1977)
U.S. Court for the District of Massachusetts

For over three decades clients have been coming to Bob for sound advice and representation on business, estate planning, and probate matters.  Bob has extensive experience in corporate law, taxation, estate planning and administration, probate, elder law, and real estate.   Currently serving on the Board of Directors for Greenfield Cooperative Bank, he is a former Executive Committee Member and Treasurer of the Franklin County Bar Association.   Bob is a member of the Massachusetts, American and Franklin County Bar Associations.

Stockbridge School/University of Massachusetts A.D. 1968;
Stonehill College, B.S. 1970;
Suffolk University Law School, JD 1974.

Jack D. Curtiss

Jack Curtiss retired in June 2023.  After starting his career at the Greenfield firm Trudel Bartlett, Jack tried hundreds of cases in state and federal courts. During the five decades he practiced in Greenfield, he was highly regarded for his legal acumen and dedication to his clients.

John C. Gates

After over four decades of service to businesses and individuals in Western Massachusetts, John retired in June 2023. A recipient of the Massachusetts Bar Community Service Award in 1995 and Massachusetts Bar Pro Bono Award in 1986, John is also a past Director of the Massachusetts Legal Assistance Corporation, being appointed to that position by the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, and a former Executive Committee Member of the Franklin County Bar Association.   He has served as member of the Joint Judicial/Bar Nominating Committee, and is a member of the Franklin County Bar Association.

George L. Goodridge (“Luke”)

Massachusetts (2004)
Vermont (2017)
U.S. Court for the District of Massachusetts
U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

Luke works in the areas of estate planning, trust and estate administration, and business law.  He represents clients in a variety of matters in state and federal courts involving will contests, actions to terminate and modify trusts, fiduciary litigation, guardianships, conservatorships, and retirement accounts.  His experience extends to real estate – both commercial and residential, registration and licensing of trademarks, copyrights, entity formation and asset transfers.  Luke is a past President of the Franklin County Bar Association and sat on the Board of Directors for the Pioneer Valley Symphony Orchestra.  

In his spare time Luke enjoys hiking and playing the cello.

University of Massachusetts Amherst, B.S. 2001, summa cum laude;
University of Connecticut School of Law, J.D.  2004