Bristol County, Rhode Island Elder Law Lawyers
As a child lived in Worcester, MA and the cities/towns of Carmel, Plymouth, Biddeford, Auburn and Portland, Maine
Graduated Clark University in 1965 with an A.B. degree in Government and International Relations
Graduated Suffolk University Law School in 1971 with a JD degree
Served in the U.S. Navy - honorably discharged after 5 years as a Yeoman Petty Officer 3rd Class
Active in politics - serving three terms in the Massachusetts House of Representatives. Committees were Health Care, Insurance, and Criminal Justice
Served in numerous town offices including Moderator, Vice Chairman of the Planning Board, and Town Administrator
Worked in the...
Rhode Island Elder Law Lawyer with 23 years experience
- (401) 724-9400
- Free Consultation
Attorney Kenneth R. Rampino, Esq. provides compassionate counsel in elder law and estate planning in RI. He and his staff are committed to providing the highest level of personalized service to find the best solution for each client’s unique situation and goals. He is responsive and returns all calls promptly. He speaks in plain English and gives practical advice designed to protect you, your loved ones, and your assets. Concentrating in elder law, estate planning, and the rights of people with disabilities, he has worked with countless families to help...
Bristol County Elder Law Legal Aid & Pro Bono Services
Rhode Island Bar Association
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