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SPRINGFIELD — Robinson Donovan, P.C., a full-service law firm, announced it has named attorney Katherine Amato a partner in the firm.

“Kate has been with us for more than eight years and has demonstrated a keen understanding not only of the law, but also of the personal dynamics that impact each case,” said Partner Carla Newton. “She takes the time to get to know her clients so she can effectively help them navigate often complex legal and personal experiences.”

Amato focuses her practice on all aspects of family law, including divorce; custody; representing children, parents, and guardians in guardianship of minors proceedings; and appellate work. She received her law degree from Northeastern University School of Law after completing a bachelor’s degree at Springfield College. She was selected to the Massachusetts Rising Stars list by Super Lawyers in 2018-20, and is a member of the BusinessWest 40 Under Forty class of 2016.

“I’m thrilled to be taking the next step in my legal career, especially with such a well-respected firm as Robinson Donovan,” Amato said. “I have the deepest respect for my colleagues, who have also served as wonderful mentors. I look forward to growing my practice and having a deeper impact on the future of the firm and the work we do for our clients.”

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SPRINGFIELD — Robinson Donovan, P.C. made a donation of 100 pounds of side dishes to the Gray House to help ensure food on the table for local families this Thanksgiving.

“We’ve partnered with the Gray House for several years for the Adopt-a-Family Christmas program, and wanted to do something extra this year, knowing how many people have been deeply impacted by the pandemic,” Partner Jim Martin said. “The Gray House is an invaluable community institution that we are proud to support.”

Through the help of individuals and businesses like Robinson Donovan, the Gray House is able to provide turkeys and accompanying food for families in need on Thanksgiving.

“Providing our neighbors with the resources needed to break the cycle of poverty truly takes a community, and as such, I am incredibly grateful to have Robinson Donovan as part of this community,” said Kristen McClintock, executive director of the Gray House. “We could not have reached this milestone, 35 years of service, without the support of such generous people. Every life we touch — be it through adult education, youth programming, food, or a warm winter coat — is possible because of their investment in the lives of those in need.”

To make a donation to the Gray House, visit grayhouse.org/donate.

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NORTHAMPTON — Robinson Donovan, P.C., a full-service law firm, announced it has moved from its previous Northampton office to a more expansive location at 351 Pleasant St. The firm’s phone number, (413) 732-2301, remains the same.

“We wanted to make things as convenient as possible for our growing list of clients in Hampshire County,” Partner Michael Simolo said. “We can now meet with them more comfortably. The response from clients has been very positive.”

Partner Jeffrey Trapani, added that “our new office in Northampton has plenty of meeting space, free parking, and easier access. Quite a few of our attorneys live in Hampshire County, so having an expanded office in Northampton makes sense for us operationally as well and helps us better serve our clients throughout the Pioneer Valley.”