Maureen E. Curran opened her own practice in 2005, the Law Office of Maureen E. Curran, LLC, after being a trial attorney in two Boston firms for 14 years. Her practice is concentrated in trust and estate litigation. She handles cases involving will contests, undue influence, competency issues, breach of fiduciary duty related to wills and trusts, contested accounts and guardianships. She also serves as a court appointed guardian ad litem. She graduated from Merrimack College (summa cum laude) in 1988 and from Boston College Law School in 1991. Prior to her graduation, Ms. Curran had been a court reporter for almost twenty years.
Ms. Curran has been a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association Probate Council for several years, chairing the council from 2019-2021. She also co-chaired the Probate Litigation Practice Group for the council. She also has co-chaired the Probate Litigation Practice Group for the council. In 2014, Ms. Curran chaired the Fiduciary Law Probate Session Working Group established by Chief Justice Angela M. Ordoñez to determine the feasibility of establishing a separate Fiduciary Litigation Session. Based on the recommendation of that working group, Standing Order 3-17 was created establishing the Fiduciary Litigation Session Pilot Project which has now expanded to two sessions.
For several years, Ms. Curran was an Adjunct Lecturer, Litigation Specialist for a Pretrial Litigation course at Boston College Law School. Ms. Curran also served for many years on the Boston College Law School Alumni Association and was President in 2006-2007.
COME JOIN US ON
Wednesday, April 27th at 12pm
for a 30-minute webinar (via Zoom) discussion
Hosted by Susana Lannik
Presented by Maureen E. Curran