Mr. Reinert focuses his practice on complex estate and family litigation matters, including will contests, fiduciary responsibility, and division of marital estates. He has tried numerous cases in the state and federal courts, as well as successfully assisted in bringing many cases to resolution through alternate means. Recognized for this experience, Mr. Reinert has been selected to lecture other attorneys on estate litigation matters. He has been interviewed about probate and family law on the radio show "Money Matters" and has been featured in the Boston Business Journal.
In addition to his courtroom experience, Mr. Reinert has in-depth experience in a wide range of legal issues from affordable housing and municipal finance, to elder law issues, real estate law, and employment law.
A cum laude graduate of Boston University and Suffolk University Law School, Mr. Reinert is a member of the Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council, Massachusetts Bar Association and the Boston Bar Association. He has been admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the District of Columbia, the United States District Court, District of Massachusetts, and the United States First Circuit Court of Appeals.
Active in the legal community, Mr. Reinert is a member of the Massachusetts Family and Probate American Inn of Court. He is also active in the local area with membership in the Cachet Club in Wellesley Hills. He has also been a member of the Finance Committee for his town. Additionally, he has mentored Boston middle-school students with the Federal Court Education Project and volunteers his time with charitable endeavors such as volunteering his time to tutor Boston-area high school students.
Previous to operating his own law practice, Mr. Reinert was associated with Burns & Levinson LLP and Day, Berry & Howard LLP in their respective Boston, Massachusetts offices.
Our practice is central to Suffolk, Middlesex, Norfolk, Essex and Plymouth and Counties in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Mr. Reinert has represented clients located throughout the United States in Massachusetts Proceedings.