About Our Team
Richard S. Ravosa, Esquire, sought after speaker, and bankruptcy radio talk show host, was one of only fifteen lawyers recognized in 2005 by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly as a "rising star" for his achievements in representing clients with difficult legal obstacles to overcome, his business acumen, and entrepreneurship skills. Attorney Ravosa is admitted to the practice of law in Massachusetts and Connecticut and has an accomplished record as a bankruptcy lawyer, trial lawyer, negotiator, and strategist. Attorney Ravosa is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute, National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys and is the host of the "Money or No Money Show", an educational radio talk show airing weekly on AM 1120 in the Boston area and AM 830 and AM 970 in Greater Worcester/Southbridge where callers can have debt relief, bankruptcy and foreclosure questions answered free of charge. Attorney Ravosa has also been featured on WBZ TV News, Channel 4, Boston and WGGB TV News, Channel 40, Springfield, regarding his successful handling of bankruptcy matters and lawsuits on behalf of his clients, which have also made front page news. In 2010, Attorney Ravosa launched the Massachusetts Bankruptcy Center, Debt Relief Foundation, which is an organization that provides free legal representation for qualifying Chapter 7 debtors who cannot afford an attorney.
Maegan L. Hurley, Esquire, is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts and in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts. Attorney Hurley is a graduate of Simmons College and Suffolk University Law School, where she received Pro Bono Honors. Attorney Hurley has experience helping lower income individuals through her work as a student attorney at Suffolk Law's Housing Clinic and as a coordinator for "No One Leaves", which is a grassroots resource that offers legal information and resources to families facing post-foreclosure eviction. She is a member of the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys and prior to her becoming an attorney she had the privilege to work for United States Senator Ted Kennedy.
Michelle L. Cote, Esquire, is a graduate of the Massachusetts School of Law at Andover, where she won numerous awards of distinction for legal writing, legal advocacy, and litigation practice. Michelle is a cum laude graduate of Worcester State College and Assumption College in Worcester. Attorney Cote is a member of the American Bar Association, Massachusetts Bar Association and Worcester County Bar Association.
Cynthia R Ravosa, Esquire, is admitted to the practice of law in Massachusetts and in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts. Attorney Ravosa is a graduate of Smith College and Suffolk University Law School, cum laude. She is also a member of the Boston Bar Association and Massachusetts Bar Association. Attorney Ravosa has extensive experience representing bankruptcy clients before the Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Trustees in Massachusetts.