Robert F. Dore, Jr.
Robert F. Dore, Jr., is senior counsel at the firm whose practice includes estate planning, trust and estate administration, and business law. Attorney Dore shares his expertise with individual clients, families, and businesses of all sizes.
Robert F. Dore, Jr. developed his problem-solving skills through service to his profession and his community. He is a member of many professional organizations including the American, Massachusetts and Worcester County Bar Associations, and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, he is the former Chair of the Worcester County Bar Association Finance Committee, the former Chair of the Probate Court Committee and a member of the Volunteer Lawyers Association.
Attorney Dore has held positions of responsibility in many local organizations, including past service as the chair of the Worcester Area Chamber of Commerce Business Education Committee, the Worcester Area Business Education Foundation, President of the Worcester Area Association for Retarded Children, Inc., the President of the Worcester Area Association for Retarded Citizens, Inc., a director of Seven Hills Foundation, Inc. and Worcester Foothills Theatre, Inc. In his community, he has been President of the Holden Youth Soccer League, Inc., and an officer and director of Holden Youth Sports, Inc. He has been a Trustee and Treasurer of the Bancroft School, as well as a member of the Schools and Scholarships Committee of the Harvard-Radcliffe Club of Worcester.
Attorney Dore is admitted to practice before the Massachusetts State Courts, the United States Federal District Court for the District of Massachusetts and the United States Tax Court. He received his A.B. from Harvard College in 1970 and earned his J.D. from Boston College Law School in 1975.
Mr. Dore's administrative assistant is Danielle Hebert, she can be reached at email@example.com or 508.459.8204.
- Business & Corporate
- Education & Higher Education
- Elder Law & Special Needs
- Estate & Trust Administration
- Estate, Tax & Financial Planning
- American Bar Association
- Massachusetts Bar Association
- Worcester County Bar Association
- National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
- Former Chair of Worcester County Bar Association Finance Committee
- Former Chair of Probate Court Committee
- Life Member of Worcester County Bar Foundation
- Life Fellow of Massachusetts Bar Foundation
- Fellow of American Bar Foundation
- Volunteer Lawyers Association
- Former Chair of Worcester Area Chamber of Commerce Business Education Committee
- Former Director of Worcester Area Business Education Foundation
- Former President of Worcester Area Association for Retarded Children, Inc.
- Former President of Worcester Area Association for Retarded Citizens, Inc.
- Former Director of Seven Hills Foundation, Inc.
- Former Director of Worcester Foothills Theatre, Inc.
- Former President of Holden Youth Soccer League, Inc.
- Former Officer and Director of Holden Youth Sports, Inc.
- Former Director of Holden Baseball Program, Inc.
- Former Treasurer, Trustee and Chair of Finance Committee, member of Executive Committee of Bancroft School
- Schools and Scholarships Committee of the Harvard-Radcliffe Club of Worcester
- Former Member of the Human Rights Committee of the Regional Employment Services, Central West Region, Department of Developmental Disabilities.
- Martindale-Hubbell, Peer Reviewed, AV rated for more than 15 years
- Super Lawyer 2004, 2013-2014, 2016-2017
- Outstanding Young Leader Award, Greater Worcester Jaycees, 1983
As examples of his engagements in the last two years, Mr. Dore has:
- represented a business in a $20,000,000 stock redemption
- represented one borrower in a $12,000,000 tax exempt bond borrowing
- represented the seller in a multi-million dollar sale of a division of a privately held company to a publically traded buyer
- represented a privately owned borrower in a multi-million dollar commercial borrowing
- represented one seller in a multi-million dollar redemption
- represented a privately held company in its purchase of the assets of a Utah company and the purchase of the ownership interests in a Canadian ULC
- continued to be counsel and board member of a privately owned utility
- continued to be general counsel for a non-profit corporation with revenues in excess of $150,000,000
- represented purchaser of a country store
- Massachusetts State Courts
- United States Federal District Court for the District of Massachusetts
- United States Tax Court