Ronald F. Driscoll, Estate Planning, of counsel 2017-03-14T15:52:25+00:00

Ron was admitted to the Massachusetts Bar in June of 1992. Since his admission, Ron has maintained his own law practice. He originally became “of counsel” to Stevenson & Associates, which later evolved into Stevenson & Lynch in 1995. Ron’s practice started with the formation and representation of new business entities and representation of clients before environmental boards and commissions.

In addition to preparing the basic wills and trusts for clients of Lynch & Owens, Ron ushers estates through the complex probate process before the Plymouth, Norfolk and Suffolk County Probate and Family Courts.

By way of personal history, Ron grew up locally in South Boston and attended Boston College High School, where he graduated in 1967. He continued his education at Stonehill College and graduated in 1971 with a Bachelor of Science with a major of Chemistry. He participated in varsity baseball as a left-handed pitcher and outfielder and was the co-founder of the Stonehill College hockey team in 1970. Ron pursued his scientific career by attending Florida State University, working at consumer testing laboratories and finally moving back to the Boston area to design and oversee a certified environmental testing laboratory.

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Estate planner Ronald F. Driscoll is a Hingham estate lawyer whose areas of concentration include estate planning and drafting wills, trusts, durable powers of attorney, health care proxies and end-of-life directives, as well as asset planning and protection.

Bar Assoc.

Bar Admission

Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court
U.S. District Court, Massachusetts
First Circuit Court of Appeals


Education

J.D. Suffolk University Law School
B.S. Boston College


More About Ronald F. Driscoll

Ron attended and graduated from Suffolk University Law School (J.D. 1992) with an emphasis on Estate Planning, Environmental Law and Investments. Ron met his wife on marathon day in 1986 and they have raised 3 teenage sons and one yellow Labrador retriever in Hingham. He has been very involved in youth sports and has been a long time member of the Hingham Youth Hockey Board of Directors and has coached extensively in hockey and baseball.

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