Attorney Named Partner of Local Law Firm

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Attorney Thomas W. Rumbolt has been named a partner in the local law firm Donovan O'Connor & Dodig.

Rumbolt has been with the firm since 2015 when he merged his prior practice.  

A native of North Adams and lifelong resident of the area, Rumbolt is very active in the Berkshire County community. He received his J.D. degree from Western New England University School of Law in 1997 and is a member of the Real Estate Bar Association and the Berkshire Bar Association. Rumbolt is licensed in both Massachusetts and Vermont and his primary practice areas include real estate, estate planning and probate, bankruptcy and commercial transactions.

He presently serves on the boards of the Northern Berkshire United Way and the North Adams Ambulance Service. In addition he has volunteered his time over the years with a number of coaching and board positions with local youth baseball and hockey programs.

Rumbolt resides in North Adams with his wife Maryjane and their three children.

"We are extremely pleased to welcome Tom as our newest partner. From the very start he has fit right in. He does quality legal work and is well respected by his clients and other attorneys throughout Berkshire County. He also gives back to the community through his many volunteer efforts," managing partner J. Norman O'Connor Jr. said.

Founded in 1913 and with 17 actively practicing attorneys, Donovan O'Connor & Dodig is the region's oldest and largest law firm with offices in North Adams, Pittsfield, and Springfield, as well as in Bennington, Vt.

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