Gove Law Office Adds Carolyne Pereira as Real-estate Paralegal
LUDLOW — The Gove Law Office announced that Carolyne Pereira has joined the firm as a paralegal focused on real-estate transactions and estate planning.
“Carolyne Pereira will provide experienced and active support to our attorneys working in the diverse practice areas which Gove Law offers our clients” said Michael Gove, the firm’s founding partner.
Pereira is a 2016 graduate of Western New England School of Law, and is scheduled to be sworn in as an attorney of the Massachusetts bar on Nov. 18. She was born and raised in Springfield, and speaks Portuguese and Spanish. She is a member of the Hampden County Bar Assoc., the Massachusetts Bar Assoc., and the Connecticut Real Estate Investors Assoc. She is currently running for pastoral council at Saint Elizabeth Parish in Ludlow, and hopes to work closely with veterans and the elderly.
The Gove Law Office, with offices in Ludlow and Northampton, is a bilingual firm providing guidance to clients in the areas of business representation, criminal and civil litigation, personal-injury law, commercial lending, residential and commercial real estate, estate planning, immigration, and bankruptcy.