Attorney Richard S. Ravosa oversees law offices in Boston, Natick, Worcester and Springfield. With each attorney in the firm handling different practice areas, we can assist our clients in a wide variety of areas, including personal injury matters, debt relief solutions, home retention solutions, estate planning & probate of estates, civil and criminal trial practice and business law for individuals and small businesses.
Attorney Ravosa is also the founder and chairman of the Massachusetts Debt Relief Foundation, with offices in Boston, Natick, Worcester and Springfield, a 501(c)(3) approved public charity, is the state’s first and only pro bono firm dedicated exclusively to representing Massachusetts residents in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy proceedings with a staff that speaks Spanish, Portuguese and English.
Mr. Ravosa was one of only fifteen lawyers recognized in 2005 by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly newspaper as a “Rising Star.” He hosted the “Money or No Money Show” an educational radio talk show airing weekly in the Boston and Worcester areas where callers had debt relief questions answered free of charge.
Mr. Ravosa has been featured with his clients on Boston and Springfield television news, on the front page of the Sunday Republican newspaper, and has been profiled in the Boston Business Journal and other publications, including Benchmark, his law school alumni magazine. He is a media resource, having been quoted numerous times regarding the mortgage and housing sectors in the Metro West Daily News and Worcester Business Journal. In 2015 he won the Paul H. Chapman award for his pro bono debt relief program. The award is given to only five recipients a year from a national pool of nominations by the Atlanta based Foundation For Improvement of Justice. Ravosa donated his $10,000 award to the Massachusetts Debt Relief Foundation.
He received his B.A., cum laude, from Western New England College and his J.D. from Thomas M. Cooley Law School and has an accomplished record as a bankruptcy lawyer, trial lawyer, negotiator, strategist, entrepreneur and philanthropist. He has successfully tried cases in Superior Court, District Court, Land Court, Immigration Court, and U.S. Bankruptcy Court.
Attorney Ravosa is admitted to practice law in all state and federal courts in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and in the State of Connecticut.