Michael J. Simolo, Partner

Michael J. Simolo

Mike’s objectives as an estate planning lawyer go beyond creating the framework for a smooth, organized transfer of wealth from his clients to their beneficiaries in a way that minimizes taxes and other expenses. Mike also works to curtail if not eliminate the turmoil that can arise among family members when settling an estate.

Mike’s knowledge of corporate matters, taxation, estate administration, probate litigation and related areas gives him a unique insight into the planning process. By getting to know clients and their circumstances, he is able to help clients avoid problems before they arise.


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Michael J. Simolo on Legal Ease Podcast – April 15th, 2017

Michael J. Simolo on Legal Ease Podcast

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Phone: (413) 732-2301
Fax: (413) 452-0313

Legal Assistant:  Kathy Lamoureux
Paralegal:  Eleanor Stream

Practice Areas:


  • Hobart College, B.A., 1998
  • Cornell Law, J.D., 2002

Bar Admissions:

  • Massachusetts, 2002
  • New York, 2003
  • U.S. District Court, Massachusetts

Bar Associations:

  • Massachusetts Bar Association
  • Hampden County Bar Association
  • Hampshire County Bar Association


  • The Pioneer Valley Estate Planning Council
  • The Hampden County Estate Planning Council
  • National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys

Honors & Awards:

  • Super Lawyers, Massachusetts Rising Star, 2011–2012, 2014–2016

Community Involvement:

  • Interim President, Board of Directors, Dakin Humane Society
  • Member, Friends of the UMass Fine Arts Center Board of Directors
  • Member, Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts Philanthropic Services Committee
  • Former President and Board Member, Pioneer Valley Estate Planning Council
  • Former President, Board of Directors, Pioneer Valley Habitat for Humanity


Startup Blog

  • Properly Prepare Your Estate Planning

    March 1, 2018

    It’s easy to see why people don’t get excited about estate planning. To do it right, you have to ponder your own death, potential disability, nursing home stay, and any number of other unpleasant possibilities, both for you and your loved ones

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