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William B. Golden


William B. Golden serves as Of Counsel to the firm. Mr. Golden represents clients in the areas of environmental law and general litigation. Mr. Golden has extensive experience in advocating for cities and towns on a variety of environmental issues, as well as advising individuals, nonprofit organizations, and environmental technology companies. Mr. Golden is also

Elizabeth A. Caruso


Elizabeth A. Caruso is an associate of the firm. Liz counsels clients in probate and elder law/estate planning. Liz’s probate practice includes representing fiduciaries, serving as Guardian and Conservator for incapacitated persons and minors, including issues involving the administration of antipsychotic medications, or “Rogers” cases. Liz also represents Personal Representatives, formerly Executor(trix), in the administration

Kim Kroha


Kim Kroha is an associate of the firm. Kim counsels clients in real estate, litigation, corporate law, and bankruptcy. She is admitted to practice in Massachusetts and Florida. Kim’s real estate practice includes zoning disputes, permitting matters including local hearings and appeals, easements, affordable housing (40B) development, and conservation approvals. She represents clients in Land

Richard C. Ash


Richard C. Ash is an associate of the firm.  Richard is a part of Baker Braverman & Barbadoro’s civil litigation and family law departments. He is admitted to practice in the State and Federal Courts of Massachusetts. Richard works on most of BB&B’s litigation matters, and also assists in the domestic relations/family (divorce, custody, child

Kassandra Tat


Kassandra joined the firm as an associate in 2021 and is admitted to practice in the state and federal courts of Massachusetts.  She received her B.A. from University of Massachusetts Amherst and went on to attend Suffolk University Law School, where she graduated cum laude thereafter. Prior to joining Baker, Braverman, and Barbadoro, Kassandra was

Dan Foster


Daniel Foster joined the firm as an associate in 2021.  Dan counsels clients on taxation and estate planning and is admitted to practice in Massachusetts. Dan provides clients at all stages of life and in all economic situations with tailored estate plans.  Dan regularly counsels clients on health care proxies, powers of attorney, wills, and

Christine T. Lucreziano


Christine is a paralegal at Baker, Braverman & Barbadoro, P.C. and provides support to counsel in the litigation, elder law/estate planning, family law and probate departments of the firm. After receiving her Associate’s Degree at Massasoit Community College, she worked as a legal assistant and paralegal for many years before enrolling at Boston University Center